Meet our 28-year-old heroine, who's taken on the responsibility of looking after her 19-year-old sister, Noel, who suffers from a genetic hormonal disorder. This disorder has left Noel with an unusual appearance and some physical impairments. After a disastrous encounter with a former boyfriend who made offensive jokes about Noel's condition, our protagonist decided to take matters into her own hands. Now, she quizzes potential love interests about their thoughts on her sister's condition before things get serious. But is she doing the right thing or just pushing people away? 🤷♀️
Sisterly Love or Overprotective? Woman Quizzes Dates About Disabled Sister 😲
Living Together in the City 🏙️
The Ex-Boyfriend's Disrespect 😠
A Sisterly Stand 🙅♀️
The Package Deal 📦
Noel's Gratitude 🥰
The Dating Quiz 📝
Important Questions ❓
Valentine's Day Drama 💔
Accusations Fly 😤
Doubting Herself 😔
Is She Right or Wrong? 🤷♀️
Our protagonist is determined to protect her sister from any potential heartache, but is she going too far? She quizzes her dates about their thoughts on her sister's condition, but one recent date accused her of being a 'miserable a**hole' for doing so. Now, she's questioning herself and wondering if she's doing the right thing. Is she being overprotective, or is it a necessary precaution? Let's see what the internet thinks of this situation... 💭
NTA for wanting to vet dates, but may be too aggressive 😲
👍 Bringing up the package deal early can save time and tears.
NTA but OP could approach it better. Quizzing belittles dates 😑
OP is gently called out for being too aggressive with quizzes 😬
OP's overprotective behavior on Valentine's Day is a turn off. YTA.
Commenter thinks OP is too overprotective of her disabled sister 😬
Balancing protecting sister and not over-correcting, tricky situation 🤔
Commenter calls out OP for being too overprotective of sister 😲
Friendly advice on tone for sister-protective commenter 👍
User seeks clarification on 'quizzing' dates about disabled sister 🤔
Asking about dealbreakers early on is fair game 👍
Navigating sensitive topics in dating can be tricky 🤔
Curious about the interview? Is she being too aggressive?
Commenter advises woman to be less overbearing, gives YTA verdict.
Stand up for your family 👊, or leave the date 👋. NTA.
Navigating disability talk in dating: How much is too much?
Being responsible for a disabled sibling while dating 😍
Communication is key. Be clear, not aggressive 💊
Explaining the situation is better than interrogating your date 🤔
Are you being a good sibling or an a**hole? 🤔
Prior bad experience justifies asking about sister. NTA 👏
Being upfront about disabled sister as deal breaker in relationships.
Being protective of disabled sister while dating, but may come off strong.
Being a caretaker for your sister doesn't make you miserable ❤️
Approach the subject with kindness and respect. Don't interrogate them. 🙏
Commenter calls out OP for being too harsh and controlling 🤯
User thinks woman might be YTA for being too aggressive.
Commenter criticizes woman's dating strategy as poor taste 🤔
Overprotective sister scares off potential dates with disability interrogation 😬
Commenter questions the aggressive nature of sisterly quizzing.
Focus on finding a good person, not just a checklist ❤️
Navigating disability in dating: finding the balance between advocacy and aggression 🤔
User calls out OP's unfair dating test, says YTA 😠
Commenter calls out overprotective behavior in dating with YTA verdict 😕
Commenter accuses OP of being an overprotective YTA 🤔
Curious commenter seeks clarification on conversation starters. 🤔
Casually informing dates about disabled sister is better than quizzing 👍
NTA, but multiple fails may indicate test problem or bad taste 🤔
Commenter questions woman's approach to vetting dates for disabled sister 🤔
How much of a 'package deal' is the disabled sister?
How does she 'quiz' them? Fair question raised by others 🤔
Dating should be casual, not a test. YTA, be mindful 😒
Curious about the "quiz" and the guy's perspective 🤔
Dodged a bullet? NTA gets defensive AH date. 🙅♀️
Setting boundaries on dates: YTA needs to chill 😒
Curious commenter wants more context on sister questioning dates.
Dating is like having kids, don't waste time on intolerance 🙌
Protective sister gets criticized for quizzing dates about disabled sister
Navigating the fine line between NTA and TA 🤔
Balancing sister's protection and fostering a nice feeling for dates 😔
Don't grill your date about your disabled sister, YTA 🤪
Being cautious is okay, but don't assume the worst 😊
Protective sister gets dating advice after being called YTA 😔
A guy asks for date questions to show compassion and respect 🤩
Commenter is definitely not the a**hole 👍
Navigating disabilities on early dates: when is it appropriate? 🤔
Balancing protection and dating can be tricky 🤔
Suggests a more casual approach to disclosing disabled sister 👍
No a-hole here, but why the short response? 🤔
Dodged a bullet? 🤔 NTA quizzes dates about disabled sister
Commenter thinks OP is TA for excessive partner interrogation. 🤔
Preparing dates for disabled sister is considerate. 👍
Is she overprotective or just intense? 🤔
Asking about a disabled sister while dating: subtle or serious? 🤔
Being protective of your sister is NTA, but be upfront with dates 😊
Dating someone with a disabled sibling? Don't make it awkward 🤪