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By Anonymous - / Saturday 10 November 2018 13:30 /
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

Not your fault she got fired, and your boss has put their faith in you that you'll do the job better. If your sister is mad at you, tell her she shouldn't have done whatever it was that cost her the job.

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By  Deabee  |  5

if you don't really want a relationship with your sister then this is fine, congratulations, but if you do love your sister and want to maintain a relationship, you'll have to turn down the job.

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  mirmir48  |  11

Even if she was fired for a good reason, there will be hard feelings. She's right, the relationship will be destroyed. It's unfortunate and its not her fault, but its inevitable

By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

Not your fault she got fired, and your boss has put their faith in you that you'll do the job better. If your sister is mad at you, tell her she shouldn't have done whatever it was that cost her the job.

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