“My sister and I are 11 months apart and are very close,” Cynthia writes. “However, we are very different women. Different personalities, goals, dreams, and lives. I love my sister very much, but her interference with my marriage is a problem.”
Malorie needs to stop trying to force her input on Cynthia. “I appreciate her concern, but at 44, I think I got this,” Cynthia shares. “I have no desire to make choices for Mal regarding her marriage, and I deserve the same respect. I confide in my sister because we are sisters. Not to be judged or criticized.”
“I would never cross the line between her union with her husband unless she asked me to,” she continues. “I have had relationships my whole life, and I live my life the way I want to. I not afraid to win and I’m not afraid to lose. That’s life, and I live it to the fullest.”
Cynthia is done with her sister. “Love you, Mal, but can you leave me and Peter alone?” she asks.
BFFs — do you think Cynthia will ever be able to resolve her family drama?
– Lindsey DiMattina
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