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Dragon Queen Texas 9803 posts
status 25th Jan '13
Quoting *KatteyBug*:" Yeah that has been said the past two sundays at our church get together but I think she has selective ... [snip!] ... should she? He has been nothing but nice to her (which is hard because she pisses him off) And she just spits it in his face"


She doesn't have selective hearing. She's 16. That's the issue. I'd honestly bring it up to your parents. Expressing your discomfort and shining light upon her disrespect towards you and your husband by having somebody with authority (over her) to step in is probably the best thing to do.

Riley+Abby Due October 4; 1 child; Toronto, Ontario 1907 posts
status 25th Jan '13
Quoting *KatteyBug*:" He tries lol Normally he would have already given her what for and told her what he thought, but thankfully he's being nice and just not saying anything"


He's got a better temper than I do, that's for sure. I would've probably decked her by now. :D



I don't know if there's much you can do there...if you will pardon my language, there are times when b***hes will just be b***hes. I guess you just continue to deal with her, or just ignore her...I don't know what you can do beyond that. Tough place to be in, for sure.

KelseyLynn 1 child; Douglasville, Georgia 508 posts
26th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting *KatteyBug*:</b>" The funny thing is, before we moved in, it was ME she always had an attitude with. Now it just switched. ... [snip!] ... yeah, if it weren't for me being pregnant and hurting my mom's feelings, I might have punched her already. It's so rediculous"</blockquote>




Well thats just ridiculous then. Idk I would just ognore her and ask SO to ignore her to. Maybe she will get bored if she isn't getting attention. Im sorry :/