Hello, this is my first time visiting this site. Im here for some advice. My sister just recently moved to the same city as me. I haven't lived around my sister in 10 years. We are very close in age and for some reason she is always in competition with me. Since she is new to the area. I take her out with me and introduce her to my friends. With that being said everytime she is out with me and my friends drinking she acts very embarassing. My friends have pointed this out to me on numerous occasions. My sister, will bad mouth me any chance she gets, act like "slut", do drugs, say the most ridiculous things and act as if she has no control of her actions. I'm sick of it. I don't know how to talk to her about this becase she always gets very defensive and copes an attitude. This is every time she gets drunk. My friends are tothe point where they don't like her and don't want to be around her. I don't want my friends feeling like this. I love my sister and I love my friends. I really think she lacks social skills, because some of the things she says are out there and just plain stupid and rude. Any advice on how to bring this to her attention without offending her but at the same time making her realize the complete mess she is when drunk and that she needs to change.
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