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Woman asks if she's wrong for offering to fund her sister's abortion but not a baby.

Woman asks if she's wrong for offering to fund her sister's abortion but not a baby.

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Setting boundaries with loves ones around money can be a loaded ordeal. In a perfect world, offering to help with your sister's finances would be met with gratitude. But familial expectations sadly aren't that simple and no good deed goes unpunished when it comes to sibling differences.

In a recent post on the Am I The Asshole subreddit a woman asked if she's wrong for offering to foot the bill for her sister's abortion, but refusing to hand over the cash if her sister keeps the baby.

"AITA for offering my sister to pay for an abortion but not offering to support the child financially if she keeps it?"

For context, OP shared that her sister and brother-in-law already have two children they're struggling to support.

"Some side info: My sister has two children (4yo, 2yo) and is married. For the last 2 years the barely made it to the end of the month and all of the family know they struggle financially. Me and my partner are doing well financially and have no kids."

When OP's sister found out she was pregnant, she immediately called OP crying from stress.

"Two weeks ago my sister called me and asked me to come visit her, since there was something very important she needed to tell me. When I arrived she immediately broke down crying, telling me how she was pregnant again and she "doesn't know what to do". She didn't even tell her husband at that point and I was very surprised to be the first person to know, since we're not really close."

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