When she and her boyfriend noticed that their couch couldn’t accommodate her sister, they decided to purchase a chair that would hold her weight so she wouldn’t have to sit on the floor.
They spent around $100 on the new chair and showed it to her sister the next Friday night she spent at their apartment. Her sister got very upset and angry because she felt that they were implying that she was fat.
They tried to calm her sister down, but she began screaming at them. Then, her brother-in-law started getting angry at them for starting a fight. Her sister’s reaction sent her over the edge, and she had an outburst.
She called her sister fat, along with other offensive names. She cursed at her sister and told her that even though she could start working to lose weight, she chooses to sit around and do nothing about it instead. Finally, she told her sister that she couldn’t sit on their couch unless she weighed under 250 pounds.
“I admit it was a bit much, and I should have a better control on my feelings,” she said. “I feel bad for saying what I said on Friday, but it felt good to finally say it.”
Later, her brother-in-law texted her and told her she was bullying her sister about her weight. He thinks she owes her sister an apology. However, she thinks her sister should be the one apologizing for ruining her couch.
Should she apologize to her sister for her outburst?
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