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10 Dec 2004

My kittle sister and I are fighting I am 32 years old and she beated me up and she is 23. She told neighbours that I am barren and I have no boyfriend. And that I am jeoulous of her because she is going to get married.

But funny enough last month I bought built in wardrobe as well as ceramic tiles for my mommy now she brings all her in-laws to come and see how beautiful the house is. Her in-laws hate me they say that I am using muti as they were told by her.

Now I dont understand how come they come and lool at my things what should I do, should I tell them in the eye not to come or should I tell this little bitch.

She is my younger sister but I hate her, and even what can happen to her I wont bother myself.

Please help this is frustrating me!!!

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01 Jan 0001

Hi Nocawe,
It certainly sounds like your younger sister is behaving in a hateful way. I always find it sickening when a woman boasts of her fertility, and jeers at someone who might be barren or sinply not pregnant yet. There is absiolutely nothing whatsoever Clever about being fertile --- nothing the woman herself did made her fertile, and getting pregnant usually requires no skills at all. It's like somebody bragging that they urinate. And it is cruel towards anyone who has any degree of difficulty in falling pregnant when they want to do so.
Your little sister seems to have an awful need to have someone feel jealous of her --- why does she have such a low opinion of herself that she can't feel good about herself unless somebody envies her ? Has she achieved so very little in life ?
And why do they believe that you have used muti ? Because they don't believe that you could have earned enough money by your own hard work, to buy nice tings for your Mom ? Ar you able to consider getting your own place, where you can lead your own life, keeping contact with your Mom, and ignoring spiteful Little Sister ?
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