You are never entitled to someone else’s money.
You have to face the harsh realities of this world alone. Once you grow up, you know that you have to build yourself on your own. You have to finish your degree and start earning money so you can afford a good lifestyle. Some people have it better than others, especially if they were born into a rich family or got married to a wealthy partner. This gives them a helping hand in times of need. Having rich parents, you could have them pay for your college loans or even invest in some sort of business. This puts them to advantage and gives them a kick-start in the race of life. Other people will have to struggle really hard to just pay off their student loans or pay the bills. However, if you have had to struggle in life, that does not mean that you get to shit on people who have it better than you. You are responsible for how you behave and manage your finances. You can not be jealous of other people. Instead of having self-pity, you should work on yourself and be happy if others are doing good in life. Under no circumstances are you entitled to somebody else’s money. It is their money and they get to choose how they want to spend it. You can not dictate what someone does with their wealth. Sure, some people might be wasteful and ungrateful, but at the end of the day, it is their money and their choice. You can not do anything about it.
This woman on Reddit had her first baby. She married a wealthy man who gave her his card so she could spend it on whatever she wanted for her baby. She bought some designer clothes, which made her sister really mad. Her sister was struggling financially and gave her a lot of crap for spending so much on her baby. Scroll down below to read the details of the story.
And it starts.
OP tells about her life versus her husband growing up.
She went on a shopping spree.
OP later tells about her sister being weird.
She went to her mom’s house to rest while her mom looked after the baby.
Her sister started screaming at her and throwing a fit.
Op got emotional and left the car with her baby.
She asks Reddit the ultimate question.
In my opinion, the husband gave her his card so she can spend it on herself and her baby. So she can get whatever she wants. The sister, however, is not entitled at all to her husband’s money. How weird is that? If she has financial problems, she can just ask for help. She has no right to be jealous of her own sister for having it better than her.
This is what Redditors had to say.
Sums up the entire thing perfectly.
She was considered NTA.
This Redditor made a nice point.
This person was conflicted in choosing a side.
Who do you think is in the wrong here? Share your opinions with us in the comments below.