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Woman asks if she'd be wrong to skip sister's wedding after sister bailed on hers.

Woman asks if she'd be wrong to skip sister's wedding after sister bailed on hers.

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Sibling rivalry is always complicated, but resolving family drama before it escalates into a wine-soaked screaming match at the next Thanksgiving is a wise move...

Weddings can occasionally bring out a sea of underlying jealousy, competition, and passive aggression from family and friends. While in theory everyone is there to celebrate a couple, Aunt Marjorie might see the day as an opportunity to make it all about her four ex-husbands. Getting lost in the pettiness can turn an otherwise chill bride into someone who is throwing an adult temper tantrum over the color of the frosting on the cupcakes nobody will eat.

If you're an infamous flake who bails on plans with reckless abandon, you have to at least know how to play the game. Canceling on your best friend's baby shower because you're "sick" and then posting Instagram photos of you and your new fling on an Alaskan cruise isn't the move!

Still, it can sting when a sibling or close family member doesn't prioritize an important day in your life. So, when a conflicted newlywed woman decided to consult the moral compass of the internet otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about whether or not she'd be wrong to ignore her own sister's wedding invitation, people were there to help deem a verdict.

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