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His College Dropout Sister Thinks He’s Selfish For Refusing To Help Financially Support Her

After reflecting on the situation, he decided to tell her no.

“It’s not that I don’t want to help her, but I feel like she made a choice to drop out and should have considered the financial implications,” he said.

“I worked hard to get through college and am still paying off my loans. I also have my own expenses and future plans, like saving for a house and building an emergency fund.”

“I explained this to her, but she got really upset and accused me of being selfish and unsupportive.”

While his parents don’t necessarily want him to have to give his sister money, they feel caught in the middle of this argument, and there’s a lot of tension within their family.

Now, he’s starting to feel guilty about saying no, especially because he doesn’t feel as close to his sister anymore.

Should he consider giving his sister some money to repair their relationship or stand his ground?

You can read the original post on Reddit here.

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