- May 20, 2019
Maybe the best way out of this situation is for your sister to wear a bra that actually fits her so the straps stop falling down?Hi guys.
Just to say thanks again, and another little update.
Me, My sister and our parents went out for a meal, and near the end my Mum out of nowhere starting moaning at my sister, she was sleeveless and my Mum noticed her strap fall down and decided to draw attention to it, she wouldn't shut up telling her she should wear long sleeves when out which I thought was harsh as no one else probably would have noticed if she didn't say anything so I got her to shut up, but my sister was visibly upset until we were finished. But afterwards I asked her if she was ok and to try and forget about it, She then said it was good I am understanding and it was cruel what my Mum said so was clearly upset. She also asked me for my opinion on the sleeves, and this was probably the first time in months I thought about the issue, but ended up telling her I had noticed the problem in the summer, but had also learnt to deal with it, and she should carry on wearing sleeveless if that's the style she wants to wear. So if my Mum doesn't look like the fact her strap's fall down she has to deal with it like I did.
It all feels so stupid. As before this meal I dont recall thinking about her bra for months, and she even eventually stopped apologising for it so I dont even know if and how often the strap has been falling. Which is how it should be, but I am glad my sister confided in me and I was able to talk to her about it.
But for all the problems I had with dealing with the bra, I dont recall ever treating my sister like that, I never scolded her in front of people, making demands.
Hope you guys think I said the right thing to her, and I hope this doesnt make me all weird again.