‘I feel like it’s too much’: Woman refuses to return to Canada to help family in crisis, wonders if she’s wrong
A 26-year-old woman turned to Reddit’s AITA community for a moral judgment.
of post With 1.8k comments and 10.1k upvotes, the author explained that his sister Sadie, who lives in Canada with her newborn twins, is having a hard time.
“A few years ago I moved to England to study at my dream university. I stopped staying there with my now-husband Louis (30m),” the author explained. Recently, however, the Redditor received a request from Sadie, which she felt had no choice but to decline.
People tend to do whatever it takes to help a family member in need, but sometimes it just isn’t possible.
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A 26-year-old woman refuses to move to Canada to help her family during a very difficult time and thinks it would be wrong to do so.
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“If you choose to carry on beliefs from your family, that’s great. If you decide to go in a completely different direction, that’s fine, too,” say experts.
When you are part of a family, there is always the possibility of disagreements. Avoiding conflicts, quarrels and dramas between relatives is almost impossible. It’s all human and perfectly normal. This is because we all have different beliefs and values that often clash.
And while we all agree that family conflicts are normal to some extent, most importantly is repair. Susan DeCou, Certified Stress Management Coach With over 30 years of experience mentoring others in the corporate world as a trainer, coach, manager and mentor, helping others to be the best they can be and initiating the restoration of friendly family relationships find a way to
DeCou said she advises clients to write down what is included in their belief systems and values as part of people’s stress management programs. What do you think the traits are? If you choose to carry on beliefs from your family or culture, that’s great. bottom.
There are also some important questions to ask yourself if you’re not sure how to proceed. “Am I hurting myself by doing this? Am I hurting someone else? Does this behavior fall within the boundaries of my value system? What would my hero do in this situation?” Are you willing to accept the consequences of this action?”
Every situation is different, so it’s important to take your time and make calm, rational decisions in a big situation like this, says DeCou. “Don’t let your emotional self rule the day,” she concluded.