my elder sister had hepatitis. she has two young kids and no support from my family. i have been always there for her. so much so that i left my job and moved to another state to be with her.just to be closer to her for moral support. now when we have some arguments she tells me that i should be more understanding and consider her coz she has a husband to answer to and what will her kids think of her family that they always keep arguing.. she says that i shouldnt be so stubborn and just agree with her all the time. just coz i dont have a family of my own doesnt mean that i cant voice my own opinion and listen to her coz she is ill and has a family. i cant put up with it now.i feel there is no appreciation for what i do.
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