On an online forum, a young woman posted about her tension-filled predicament: her engagement to a man is being contested by her older sister.
Reverie, age 24, recently got engaged to her 30-year-old fiancé, whom she had known for six months.
Acknowledging that it may not seem like enough time to get to know a potential spouse, she claimed that they were “madly in love and ready to commit to each other fully.”
The sister also suggested spending more time nurturing the relationship before entering a permanent commitment with him. To this, Reverie argued that she and her fiancé were already fully bonded.
Deeply upset by their exchange, Reverie gave her sister an ultimatum: if she was not willing to support the marriage, then she had no right to attend the wedding.
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