Living with her mother during the pandemic, a woman's life is turned upside down when she is asked to donate an organ to her mother's friend, who she has never been fond of. The woman's response is shocking and leads to a heated argument. Was she justified in her reaction or was she in the wrong? Find out in this gripping story that will leave you wondering what you would do in the same situation.
Woman refuses to donate organ to her mother's friend
Living with mom again, but not for financial reasons 💰
Tension rises as daughter denies organ to mom's friend 👀
Mel's insecurities strain mother-daughter friendship, daughter refuses organ donation.
Boundaries crossed! Mel's entitlement is out of control 🙄
Avoiding mother's friend, but forced to reconnect. Family drama ensues.
Mel's problems are draining my mom, but why?
Friend's chronic disease worsens, potential need for organ transplant 😔
Refusing to donate an organ to mom's friend, am I wrong?
Daughter refuses to donate organ, causing family drama. 😱
Woman refuses to donate organ to mother's friend. Argument ensues.
Daughter stands firm on decision to not donate organ 💪
When organ donation is not just a matter of kindness 🤔
Refusing to donate an organ to mom's friend 👎
Living with a friend of your mother's who you do not like is already a challenge, but what do you do when that friend needs something big from you? That is the dilemma a 25-year-old woman is facing when her mother's friend, Mel, asks her to donate an organ. The woman and Mel have never gotten along, and the woman is understandably hesitant to give up a part of her body to someone she does not like. However, her mother is pressuring her to help out Mel. The situation escalates when the woman loudly refuses, causing a scene, and now she is left wondering if she was in the wrong. Read on to find out more about this complex family dynamic and decide for yourself who was in the right.
Woman caught off-guard by invasive request, deemed NTA by commenters.
Savage response to organ donation request sparks laughter 😂
Setting boundaries is important. 🛑
ESH: Op could have been less harsh, but Mel shouldn't have asked.
Commenter thinks everyone sucks here, but OP could have been more polite to dying woman.
Commenter explains the self-worth issues of needing an organ. OP could have politely declined. YTA.
Woman refuses to donate organ to dying friend, sparks debate.
NTA. You don't owe anyone your organs, but drama ensues.
Don't be rude even if you don't want to donate organs. 😒
Donating an organ is a personal choice, but tact is important 😕
Commenter calls out lack of empathy in organ donation refusal 😔
Commenter calls out lack of empathy in YTA verdict 👀
Commenter calls out YTA for unnecessary insult during grieving.
Debate over age aside, was OP's behavior inappropriate? 💀
Organ donation refusal leads to ESH judgement by commenter
Commenter explains why OP is TA for refusing organ donation.
Insensitive response to organ donation request leads to YTA judgement 😞
Commenter calls out OP for being rude and selfish.
Politely declining organ donation is acceptable. No need to yell.
Commenter and reply call out OP's cruelty in refusing organ donation
Unwilling organ donor gets called out for negative attitude 😒🤦♀️
NTA for refusing organ donation. Polite no led to pressure.
Body autonomy is important even when it comes to donations. 💪
Balancing empathy and self-preservation: A tough ask 😢
Commenter calls out person for being rude to dying friend
Commenter calls out OP's behavior as slightly rude 💁♀️
Commenter thinks OP is slightly TA for being tactless
Is it fair to withhold organ donation based on personal feelings? 🤔
Redditor calls out OP for being rude to organ requester 👎
Don't let dislike cloud judgment. Be empathetic. 🙏
Commenter calls out OP's unnecessary and rude reaction 👀
Balancing honesty and tact in refusing organ donation. 🤔
Commenter believes both parties have handled the situation poorly 😒
Saving a life or not, being YTA is never justified 😒
Donating an organ is a bigger deal than having sex 💉👀
Not the a-hole: Exploring organ donation boundaries 💛
NTA for refusing but YTA for response. ESH for behavior.
Woman refuses to donate organ to mother's friend. Commenters debate age.
Polite decline is better than YTA with attitude! 🙄
Politely declining organ donation to disliked mother's friend. YTA.
Commenter calls out lack of empathy in organ donation situation 😡
Commenter thinks Mel and mom are a**holes. 🤔
Woman criticized for lack of tact in declining organ donation.
Polite but firm: Declining organ donation request without being an a**hole.
Don't be an a**hole to someone who's dying 💀😔
Commenter deems someone the A-hole. Drama ensues. 😅
Commenter deemed YTA for rude response to donation request 💉
Lack of empathy made YTA, be kinder next time ❤️
Unprepared for a life-and-death request, but YTA for shrieking 🤢
Refusing to donate organ doesn't make you TA, but tactless does 💭
NY attitude shines in refusal to donate a**hole 🙅♀️
When a request for a vital organ comes off as transactional 💰
Commenter acknowledges both parties' faults in organ donation dilemma 💔