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Pregnant woman asks if she can boycott brother-in-law's wedding due to couple's grueling demands.

Pregnant woman asks if she can boycott brother-in-law's wedding due to couple's grueling demands.

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While weddings, in theory, are supposed to be a celebration of love with a couple's family and friends, they unfortunately can often bring out the worst people...

Between the cost of the venue, the flowers, the dresses, the sometimes lavish destination bachelor and bachelorette parties, elaborate bridal showers, and the constant event-planning with a group of people who have no idea how to delegate tasks, it can definitely be a big mess. If you've ever been a part of a bridal party or group of groomsmen, you know that getting a group of someone's closest friends and family to find the time in their schedule to get together and organize events is a special sort of challenge. The egos involved in a wedding can be mind-blowing, but it can usually be easily forgotten once the day finally comes and everyone is crying with a glass (or seven) of champagne.

Combine all the standard drama with in-law relations, and you definitely have a recipe for a dramatic disaster. So, when a recent Reddit user consulted the internet's moral compass about her concern about being able to execute a wedding task shortly after she gives birth, people were there to offer up some advice.

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