Why some women simply hate their husband's sister just because she is his sister i e if she weren't her sister-in-law she might get along great with her?
because women are naturally territorial. (The same may actually hold true for the sister by the way) Both of them are protective over the man and therefore it is competition at it's worst. Same problem with some mother in laws. However if neither were posing any threat for competition, there wouldn't be a problem.
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Answer Sadly enough, I lost my sister for about three years, Then, she got pregnant and lost her baby. SInce then, we dont agree on everything, but we have come to realize how much we need eachother. I recently suffered depression, and the only thing thst helped me out of it was knowing that my sis…ter would be devastated if she lost me. I dont recommend anyhting dramatic loke getting pregnant, but think about how sad your life would be without her, and try to understand her better. mnokb o ( Full Answer )
Your sister's husband is your brother-in-law but English has no term for his sister's relationship to you. The dominant cultures of Europe and North America do not consider your sister's husband's sister to be related to you. The closest you can som is to call her you "brother-in-law's sister."
Since it is your life and you may have your own personal reasons, only you can answer your question.
Deep down, it isn't possible you hate your sister. Hate is a strong word. If you find your sibling annoying, then you can tell them how you feel and how you would like them to stop. If this doesn't work, try telling your parents about it. Remember, you can't hate a sibling, since they are one of you…r closest friends in life- annoying at times or not. *All siblings can be annoying at times* ( Full Answer )
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. If he has more than one sister, they are your sister's-in-law.
Well have you ever done something to her ?? now i know how you feel cuz im23 and my mom and i don't talk to each other because i beat my sister at a contest and my mom was mad at me ever since and because i was always smarter then my sister. well my sister didn't talk to me up until 3 years ago. so …try talking to your sister . ( Full Answer )
just punch her kick her fight back because if she doesnt care to hurt you don't be afraid to hurt her its that simple but DONT GET COUGHT HURTING THE LIL ONE you will get i a lot of trouble by your parent If she hates you and you did nothing don't at ALL say sorry and if she is being mean here ar…e some helpful sayings. HEY DONT SPEAK TO ME LIKE THAT! or... STOP BOSSING ME AROUND! or... STOP BEING SO MEAN. But don't punch her i know u want to but please don't. -- Well, a better way to solve it is ask her why she hates you so much, if you have a little sister that would be real easy, buy her a few simple toys she might like then she'll warm up to you, (Tip: Always have time to play with her, because if you don't she might think you're not a good sister.) If you have a bigger sister, then you should just talk to your mother about when you we're little, if you're sister thinks you got all the attention away from her after you we're born then that means she does hate you but, don't worry you can do something nice for her, like bake her something she likes to eat or buy her, her favourite band or singer stuff like that, it makes them feel special and it's great for improving your relationship with your sister. But, if your mother says that she liked taking care of you when you we're little then that caring person won't go away, as you grow and grow it will NEVER change. If she's always being mean to you, that means it's just her way of showing how much she cares for and loves you, don't take it seriously because you know yourself that she's just trying to joke around. ( Full Answer )
Don't tell her directly just drop hints i know it sounds childish but try not to be interested in what she says and ignore her and when she talks to you make up a lame excuse to get away.She'll soon get the point. :)
Should you attend a funeral of a person you did not know simply because your husband's sister is related through marriage?
Everyone has a different attitude to these types of situations, I can only answer this personally. I would not go to the funeral of someone I didn't know, simply because I know someone that knew them. The exception to this would be going in order to support the person that knew the deceased (i.e. yo…ur husbands sister) if they felt they needed it and you were both close. ( Full Answer )
You might try to find out why she hates your child. Did s/he do something to offend her? What does your child have to say about it? Attempt to open some dialogue and to understand her and reason with her. And consider what you husband's position in all this is. She's his sister. What puzzle pieces… are missing? ( Full Answer )
Answer You talk to her about why you think you hate her, and discuss how you can make this relationship better. Just try talking to her and work it out nicely. Answer Hate is a destructive emotion, and can do you more harm than you realise - negative mental states can exacerbate stress con…ditions, and stress, we know, can lead to poor health, lower immunity to disease, and loss of appetite, as well encourage the development of heart conditions, bowel disease, and mental illness. It can even reduce your mental capacity - stress makes you stupid. It is up to you to take steps to improve a destructive relationship. You may think you hate your sister, but the day will come when you realise either that she is the best friend you could have, or that you missed the opportunity to make a good friend of her. If you cannot reconcile with your sister, it is also up to you to amend your own attitude and behaviour to best manage your feelings. Avoid confrontation, stay away from arguments, be generous and forgiving, and see if positive treatment improves her disposition. If it does not, at least (cynically) you can claim to be the better person when things go wrong between you. ( Full Answer )
tell her how u feel.no.haha i was just kidding ignore her.then she wont annoy u
Your sister-in-law may be your brother's wife. In that case, her husband is your brother, so his sister would be your sister.. Your sister-in-law may also be the sister of your husband. In that case, her husband's sister is no relation to you.
You can refer to her as your sister-in-law; in person you should call her by her name.
Yes. Just like when your mom married your dad, any siblings he may have, become your mother's in-laws and your aunts or uncles.
be mean so she will hate you too I have the same problem. My sister acts like she owns me and like I'm stupid. The fact is though, she's just jealous that I have more talent than her in music, and that I get better grades than her. Plus she's lazy. Today she stopped watching TV to go practice piano… (which she sucks at) so I asked if she could give me the remote and she told me I didn't need to watch TV if I was on the computer. The point is, just think about the things that make you talented and things your sister lacks. Odds are she's just jealous that you're outshining her. It won't do anybody and good to tease her about these things she isn't good at, so just keep pride in yourself and don't let anything she thinks get in the way of plans you make with your friends or goals you have for yourself. Let the little things go, but confront her of the bigger things. ( Full Answer )
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. The wife of your brother is also your sister-in-law.
No. Your husband's sister-in-law is either your sister or the wifeof one of his siblings. If she is the wife of one of his siblings,she is not related to you.
As long as there is not a vast age difference and they are dating then no, there is nothing wrong with your sister being with your husband's brother as long as neither of them are married to someone else.
Little sisters mainly hate their big sisters. Because sometimes big sisters take it way to far just like my big sister takes it way to far she is pretty much 20 years old and i am pretty much 12. So we have an 8 year difference. She records me when i sleep then she posts it on the internet and shows… her friendsand tells every body to search it up on youtube, the internet and every thing she is just. UGH ( Full Answer )
I am 8 and I have 2 little sisters and 1 little brother. Bella Rebecca and Jake. I get anlong by comprimising and since I am the oldest I help he little ones and try to avoid the arguements. If you have any questios you can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
No. In the English language cultures your husband's brother is your brother-in-law but his wife is not related to you.
You should try to get along with your sister-in-law because she is either the sister of your spouse (whom you presumably love) or the wife of your brother (whom you presumably love).
Your husband's younger sister is your sister-in-law. His older sister is also your sister-in-law. In English, we do not distinguish between the two. However, when speaking to your sister-in-law, you do not address her by that title, but merely call her by name.
Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law. If your husband has a brother the brother is your brother-in-law
yes u can because your sisters husbands sister is not part of your family no like blood related.
Depends really on how family looks at things at end of day and that means if she in you family group and you she her at Family Functions . But you are related by marriage and you can think of her as other Aunt and she stort of Aunt in Law or Distant Aunt.
If your the wife, it's you cousin in law. It's your husband's cousin because the cousin's sister is just another cousin to your husband. Since the cousin isn't exactly related to you, it's your cousin "in law".
they can be but some sisters can be nasty. This might be because they are jealous of you.
Why some women falsely accuse their husband's sisters as jealous annoying controlling or meddler even when they are not like that?
Because some women ARE like that. Plus some sisters just feel like they want the best for their brothers because that is their family. That is their loved one and they want to see them happy and its hard to have some stanger that your brother loves come in and treat them badly, or not love them enou…gh........ ( Full Answer )
In general which type of sister-in-law is comparatively easy to get along with - 1. husband's sister or 2. husband's brother's wife or 3. brother's wife?
There is no general rule in the matter of which kind of sister-in-law is easier to get along with. It depends, in part, on the maturity of the people involved. Some people can be childish all their lives. If you find you are dealing with someone like that, just be as patient as you can be. In any c…ase, the husband's brother's wife is not the sister-in-law of the wife, only of the husband. ( Full Answer )
The fact is that "most women" do not hate their sisters-in-law nor do "most women" necessarily prefer their brothers-in-law. The question cannot be answered since if proceeds from unsupported assumptions.
because maybe they fear the sister in-law is out to kill them, because they married their brother
You would befriend a befriend soon to be husband's sister the same way you would befriend anyone you wanted to be a friend of. Try planning events involving the three of you, that way you can get to know her better and it wouldn't be as odd. Also, try finding things she likes that you could do toget…her. ( Full Answer )
Your sister and your husband's sister are not related. Your husband's sister is your sister-in-law, but she is not related to your sister. Your husband is your sister's brother-in-law.
First and most important, most women do not hate their husband's sisters. since this question presumes that they do, it is based on a false premise. Some women may well hate, or dislike their sister-in-law, and there are many possible reasons for that. None apply universally. Some possibilities… include. . They might not like her . They think she is weird . They don't trust her . She brags about things in an annoying fashion . She is not the same . She call the woman names or talks about her behind her back . She has done something to the children . She is not a nice person . They just don't like them The best way to find out about this is to ask the people involved. ( Full Answer )
Why do a majority of women hate their husband's sister but find it easy to get along with their husband's brother's wife compared to husband's sister?
This question makes unfounded assumptions about sisters' hate for in-laws. Some sisters may hate of their husband's sister, but many do not. It is misleading and incorrect to presume that all sisters hate or do not hate one or another type of in-law.
Why some women take their weddings as an opportunity to punish insult or take revenge to people especially their would be husband's sister or family by not inviting them?
Because they are greedy and selfish and aren't really in love. Some people are just thoughtless, or nasty.
Why some women finds a way to offend their husband's sisters by ignoring them and taking advantage of the sisters' craving to see their brothers nieces or nephews?
Maybe A. She doesn't get along with his sister therefore doesn't want to fulfill any desires that she has B. She may have jealousy of the sister-brother relationship when she comes around C. She may not approve of how the Aunt handles the children D. She may find satisfaction in being needed Or coul…d be some other underlying reason. ( Full Answer )
Why do majority of women want to kick their husband's sister out of his life and want him all to herself?
They don't. Sounds like a problem you and she need to sort out - surely there's a compromise? Or at least you'd both understand how the other feels.
Why in general women are jealous of their husband's sisters but men usually are not jealous of their wife's brothers?
Well, i guess it just depends on the looks, see if the wife is well, lets just say 'not as good looking' as her sister in-law i guess she fells jealous of her man because he is very close with her,, whereas blokes are blokes they don't really care.
How are you related if your great great grandmother and your husband's grandfather were brother and sister?
If your great great grandmother and your husband's grandfather were brother and sister then you and your husband are second cousins, twice removed.
Jealousy and overprotectovness,most likely.I have 4 brothers,2 biological,2 in-law.one brother in law i dont like cause i always knew he didnt deserve my sister.it sometimes comes 2 the feelind where nobody is good enough for that person you love so much.
None. Your daughter's husband is your son-in-law and his sister is your daughter's sister-in-law. But the English language does not consider you to be related to your daughter's husband's sister
In some cultures, some jealousy of the husband's family members may be that they are feeling like they have to compete with then or are feeling judged by them. In other cultures jealousy of this sort is not common.
In the English language cultures, and in much of the rest of western Europe, your husband's brother is your brother-in-law, but his wife is not related to you. However, their children are your nieces and nephews.
talk to them tell them that you care for them and don't be mean back, try not to argue, or do physical contact also.
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How are you related if your great grandfather and your husband's grandmother were brother and sister?
If your great grandfather was the brother of your husband's grandmother, then you and your husband are second cousins, once removed.
If you get divorced from your husband, all of his relatives stopbeing referred to as your in-laws.