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Men with sisters, what do you wish you had said to her but didn’t?

I’ve always wondered if my brothers ever wanted to share something with me but felt they couldn’t.

Out of curiosity, those of you who have sisters, what do you wish you had said to your sister/s growing up but didn’t?

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  1. Nothing.
    I never hold back and neither do they. My sisters and i have a very close and frank relationship with each other and i feel blessed for it. They are the light of my world. Sorry for being too cheesy.

  2. To my older sisters, thank you for stepping in and raising me where our parents failed….. But for the love of god, your boob stretched out hand-me-down New Kids On the Block t-shirts will get me bullied worse than wearing the pink tinged socks that used to be white until it was washed with that damn shirt!!

  3. The only thing I can think of that I haven’t said is “Thank you”. Thanks for teaching me so much about myself and about women. You’ve made me a better man and a better husband.

  4. Anything. I always kept stuff to myself, and didn’t build a relationship with her. We don’t talk often and we aren’t close. If our parents died today, we’d be fucked.

  5. I wish I would have told her that that piece of shit Dillon broke up with her because I beat his ass after hearing how he was talking to her. Don’t feel bad for Dillon. I was 13 and he was 17.

  6. “Don’t let your mental illness overwhelm your personality.”

    I haven’t spoken to her in 3 years.

    I lost a sister and a good friend, but I gained a life free of her erratic and deeply hurtful toxicity.

  7. “You can sleep around if you want and no man, myself or any boyfriends can do anything to stop you but the more men you sleep with the more your future husband is going to resent you and the less he’ll respect you.”

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