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The Grudge who stole Christmas

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Question: My sister stole (she would say borrowed) some money from my parents years ago and never mentioned it again. She never paid it back. It wasn’t much, but it was the principle. My parents are now aging and they have asked me to be the executor of their will. We are signing the documents over the Christmas holiday. They do not want me to bring up the money my sister owes them, but it’s not right.

Should I keep pressing them or drop the matter and let my sister get away with it?

Answer: Grudges are funny things. The longer you hold them, the tighter their grip grows on you.

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