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Oh boy can I relate to "sister issues"! LOL

In all honesty she sounds very jealous and insecure. I mean, she surrounds herself with lesbian women who have feelings for her (no doubt that came from her mouth not their's) to give her a needed ego boost. You said her and her husband have nothing in common and her marriage is "rocky" which leads me to believe she is very envious of your chosen single status. I could go on and on but I think you get my point.

People like our sisters are miserable and rather than do something about it (and having to accept that they are partly to blame for how things have turned out) they instead act very nasty to others around them. I'm guessing you're not the first person she has alienated with her behavior.

How old are your niecs/nephews? Could you maybe do sleepovers or days where you take them places just you guys without her? You don't have to cut her out completely with this, but it will limit your contact with her. Does that make sense?

I don't want to tell you to cut her out because that's a choice you have to make for yourself. But remember that just because she is your sister doesn't mean you have to like her or have her in your life. Life is too short to be surrounded with people who bring you down or don't support you. You could always try talking to her and see if she can actually hold a conversation on this level, but it may pave the way for further distance between you.

Sorry, I guess that really wasn't much help, was it? :angel:

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