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    Basically, my boyfriend's sister has attacked his character and also had a stab at me over something ridiculous. To a degree he's defending her despite her awful behaviour, its driving me witless! I can't get him to see her for what she is, even though everyone else can- including his parents! Anyone got problems with their partners family?
    what the hell do I do?
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    i dont have issue like yours. But i will play the dirty trick in your case since he's on her side even when she's wrong. You need to act like a victim. get him to feel sorry for you and then he'll start to see his sister's evil side, hopefully.

    Tho, im not proud of suggesting this.
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    People just don't seem to realise that girls ae just as overprotective of their brothers as guys are of their sisters.

    Just try and remain neutral, don't bother attacking her when you're with him too - I will always defend my brothers if my boyfriend tries to say anything against them - they are my family.

    Try not to worry about it - in time she'll get fed up of attacking you and things will straighten out.
 
 
 
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