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Bride asks if she's wrong to be angry sister is skipping wedding due to miscarriage.

Bride asks if she's wrong to be angry sister is skipping wedding due to miscarriage.

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It's reasonable to have high expectations for your wedding day. Especially knowing how much those things cost to put on. But the pressure to have a "perfect" wedding often causes brides (and some grooms) to behave in ways that, to some, might seem unacceptable, or even straight-up sociopathic.

A 28-year-old woman took to Reddit's "Am I the A**hole?" forum to ask if she's wrong to be upset that her sister wants to skip her wedding due to her recent miscarriage.

She writes:

I (f28) am getting married next week, Invitations are out, wedding planning was complete and everything is going according to plane. However, My sister (f31) just had a miscarriage and mom told me that she told her she decided to not come to the wedding.

I was dumfounded, I called my sister to talk about it and she said she is exhausted and doesn't feel like attending, I told her that this is my wedding not some family dinner she and her husband decided to skip.

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