This means her sister wants her to gather all her things and move them into one average-sized room.
She told her sister that if she wanted to use the extra rooms, she should move into the primary bedroom, and her sister could use her gaming room as a bedroom.
“She started crying and said that as a mother, she’s going to need her own space, and she deserves the master bedroom,” she remembered. “I asked what she expected me to do, and she said I should just suck it up.”
Since the initial argument with her sister, she hasn’t budged or agreed to give up her rooms. Her sister’s boyfriend said she should just deal with it and give her sister what she wants, considering she’s not planning on having her own kids anytime soon.
Her sister and her boyfriend don’t have enough money to buy her out of the house or get a place, so unfortunately, that isn’t an option at the moment. So instead, she’d rather buy her sister out so she and her boyfriend can get their own place to raise their baby.
Her sister has been calling her names and is still very angry. Is she doing the right thing by standing her ground, or should she give up one of her rooms for her sister?
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