- A local Twitter user recently headed online to ask other people for some advice on how to deal with sisters-in-law
- The post soon received many reactions from Twitter users who were very forthcoming with advice
- Some of the advice included blocking the person on social media while others suggested avoiding the person at all times
A popular South African Twitter user, @AdvoBarryRoux, recently headed online to ask people for some advice on how to deal with an annoying sister-in-law and the post received many helpful responses.
"How do you handle a problematic sister in law?" he asked in the post.
Soon many suggestions, such as blocking the sister on social media and avoiding the person in real life, were popping up in the comment section. While many jokes were made, South Africans seemed to have some insightful opinions.
Read a few of their thoughts below:
"I blocked mine on all social media platforms, deleted their numbers and I don't talk to them."
"We both agreed to protect each other against those bullies and called a family meeting, I did make it clear to my sisters gore its high time they accept gore I'm married and respect her. She did the same to hers, my sisters might go through her if [they] need something from me."
"There is one I pledged never to allow her in my house, car or workplace. I was warned about her but because I wanted my own evidence, she showed me. If she wants to see her brother, do it outside. I don't even trust her with my kids."
Briefly News also reported that @Hlanga_O took to Twitter to share some much-needed tips on how to take care of your kids when they leave with their mother. He shared his first tweet with the tips followed by two other tweets explaining his first. He titled his Twitter post:
"I do 4 things to avoid baby mama drama."
While many South African tweeps heeded his advice, others have questioned the relationship he shares with his baby mama. Being apart but sharing a child had many SAns asking for more advice from @Hlanga_O and Briefly News highlighted the conversation.
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