Still, if the owner of the wedding dress has very valid and sentimental reasons for refusing to let anyone else wear it, that opinion should be respected. Demanding that your sister give you a free wedding dress because you happen to like the style and "she never wore it anyway" is a quick way to start a war at the next family holiday. So, when a conflicted mom and sister decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about the devastating story of her bridal gown, people were there to help.
I (28F) was 15wks pregnant when lost my fiancé. He had been in an accident at his bachelor party and experienced a TBI. He was in a coma for a while, but it was pretty clear immediately after the accident that he likely wouldn’t recover at all.