My sister died last month and she caused a lot of drama in our family. But you know what? I still loved her, and if I was able to, I would have done anything to help her. It makes me so mad when I hear people say that they want their siblings out of their lives. I wish people would realize how short life really is. If their siblings are going in the wrong direction, kickng them to the curb is only going to make things worse. If they won't listen to you, get them help. But my God! Turning your back on them is just beyond cruel. It makes me sick how people can be so heartless! I don't care what the circumstances are, don't throw them out of your lives! I would give anything to have my big sister alive again. I wish she hadn't gotten into that bad lifestyle, but that was her choice. I never stopped loving her. Am I crazy for getting pissed off when I hear people talk about what bitches their sisters are? It just makes me really mad; especially in light of everything that's happened.
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