She has tried to call Sarah since then, though, and her sister has not picked up the phone. So, even though she does not believe she is in the wrong for defending her daughter, she has been left wondering if calling her sister delusional and claiming that her daughter is not a “personal chef” makes her a jerk.
Do you think sixteen-year-olds should be able to make a basic pizza or even just a peanut butter sandwich? Since she and Leah were guests in Sarah’s home for a few days, might it have been nice if Leah helped her aunt out instead of saying no? Do you think Sarah was really trying to use Leah as a “personal chef?” If you had been in her shoes, how would you have handled this situation?
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