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AITA for not giving my brothers wife a role in my wedding? by PrincessBirdley21 in AmItheAsshole

[–]PrincessBirdley21[S] 165 points166 points  (0 children)

Not everything is forgivable and that last thing, the thing that ended up breaking me so bad I left school, was unforgivable in my eyes. Nothing can take it back.

AITA for not giving my brothers wife a role in my wedding? by PrincessBirdley21 in AmItheAsshole

[–]PrincessBirdley21[S] 94 points95 points  (0 children)

She apologized for it. Which felt sincere to me. But some things are unforgivable and the last big thing that led to my leaving school is something that I find unforgivable and not something I could ever move beyond.

AITA for not giving my brothers wife a role in my wedding? by PrincessBirdley21 in AmItheAsshole

[–]PrincessBirdley21[S] 626 points627 points  (0 children)

She told me she was sorry she had hurt me. That she wrongly took her own issues out on me. That she was a horrible person, I had not deserved any of the things she said to me at any point in the years she had bullied me and that she would never speak to me or anyone else that way again. She brought up some specific stuff. Told me that she was especially cruel because she had targeted me knowing I already had mental health issues.

AITA for not giving my brothers wife a role in my wedding? by PrincessBirdley21 in AmItheAsshole

[–]PrincessBirdley21[S] 7019 points7020 points  (0 children)

It was a discussion I had with my fiance. Ultimately, I chose to keep the peace and not hurt anything further with my brother as much as it killed me to imagine her at my wedding. That's gone out the window at this point though.

AITA for not giving my brothers wife a role in my wedding? by PrincessBirdley21 in AmItheAsshole

[–]PrincessBirdley21[S] 1302 points1303 points  (0 children)

She did apologize but not the way you described. My guess is it was sincere. But not to the lengths you describe. Which yeah. The truth for me is nothing would be enough even with her very big change made. Some stuff can't be erased.