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My sisters deserve better. What can I do?

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Question - (11 January 2017) 5 Answers - (Newest, 12 January 2017)
A female Kuwait age 30-35, *abona writes:

Hello all, im in a very strange situation.. I hate the husbands of my sisters. I regret they didn't marry other people. My sisters are both beautiful and good people. My first sister's husband might not be a very bad guy but he embarrasses her in social gatherings. He is very quiet and does not speak to anyone mostly. He is not a romantic like she says.

My other sister,

the poor thing, her husband is so loud. Her mother-in- law hates her and always causes problems between her and her husband. If you see how her husband eats you would gag. He eats with his mouth open while there is still food inside. To me, they deserve better people.

I just hate the sight of their husbands. I secretly wish my sisters would divorce and i don't know how they put up with these behaviours (they have kids).

I hope that you guys can understand where I'm coming from. I feel bad my sisters ended up with people like that.

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A female reader, aunt honesty Ireland + , writes (12 January 2017):

aunt honesty agony auntTry and be happy for your sisters honey. You might not like their bad habits but your sisters might not mind them.

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A female reader, Habona Kuwait +, writes (12 January 2017):

Habona is verified as being by the original poster of the question

you are very much right, thank you for your help

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A male reader, WiseOwlE United States + , writes (11 January 2017):

Unfortunately, it's not for you to decide. Everyone has a quirk, or flaw. So no matter who they marry; you'll find some kind of fault you may not like. You don't have to like either of them. They're not married to you, and you have the option to stay as far away from them as you wish.

Keep in-mind, they were choices your sisters made; and they will have to live with them until they decide it's over. You can make some suggestions to your sisters regarding table manners and proper social etiquette; but somehow I doubt it will be well-received. You're better-off to be tolerant; and try to be supportive of your sisters. Rather than being critical and hateful of their husbands. There's a better way to use the energy.

Well, of the three sisters; I hope you will make a better choice when you find a husband. If you're married, do they like your husband? I hope he has good manners, tones down his voice at social gatherings, and minds his own business.

Most of all, I hope he loves you and treats you with kindness.

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (11 January 2017):

It is not important how you feel about your sisters husbands. The important thing is how do your sisters feel about their husbands. If they are happy then that us it.It is not your business. You should be concerned how your future husband shall be and you should be thinking of your future. Let them live their lives and you live yours

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 January 2017):

Oh dear me. The union of marriage is between two people. Unfortunately, unless your sisters bitterly complain to you, you don't have much right to be this disgruntled or unhappy. So many other things you could worry about. I.e, who is taking care of your problems while this disturbs you? Live and let live

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