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What can you do when your sister-in-law does not trust you?

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I am not accusing you of anything, but you must ask yourself why she doesn't trust you. If you have done nothing wrong then tell her right out you want to sit down and talk to her. Communication resolves a lot of problems. Get it out (both of you) and if she isn't willing to cut you some slack (if you have done nothing wrong) then kick her to the curb like I had to do at one time with my sister-in-law (we are now good friends.) If you really think of it men get away with a lot in families and are often the cause of many a family feud. It really should be up to your husband to tell his sister to smarten up and treat you with the respect you deserve or get lost. Well, why doesn't she trust you? Maybe she has issues with you and your brother being so close? Do you need a lot of attention that takes away from her? It could be that your brother has told her things about you to make her feel that way? Who knows. Give us some more information.

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