She Made Her Best Friend’s Wife Cry After Saying That Being A Mom Didn’t Count As A Personality Trait

This sent her over the edge, and she had to give Rebecca a piece of her mind. She asked her, “What exactly does that mean? Do you realize being a mother isn’t a personality?”

Her comments ended up making Rebecca cry, and she left the hot tub. She had a talk with Ollie later, who said that her comments towards his wife were a bit harsh.

Although she explained to Ollie that it’s unfair for his wife to treat him differently, especially considering that she is a parent too. He acknowledged their differences as moms, but nevertheless, Rebecca was still upset. 

When Rebecca came downstairs the next morning, she apologized to her. Rebecca said it was fine and blamed her reaction on being tired, but there was definitely still some tension there for the rest of the trip. 

“I’ve spoken to other friends about this, and most say I was cold to say that to Rebecca because obviously being a mother is her entire identity, and I basically told her it wasn’t allowed to be,” she said. 

Do you think her comments toward Rebecca were rude or necessary? 

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