'I asked my sister to move out after she said said my miscarriage was karma'

A woman felt she had no choice but to ask her sister to move out of her house – after the sibling said the woman’s miscarriage was ‘karma’.

The 32-year-old woman, who shared her story anonymously, said that she had been trying to get pregnant for around seven years but had so far being unsuccessful.

She went on to say that she’s had five miscarriages, that have taken a toll on her mental health and after the most recent one she got into an argument with her sister.

The argument ended and the woman asked her sister why she thought she was experiencing so many troubles and the sister blamed the woman – saying it was because of an abortion she had when she was younger.

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The woman feared she had overreacted, but was deeply offended by here sister (stock photo)

Taking to Reddit, the woman said: “Recently, I had a massive argument with my sister after my last miscarriage. I was upset and asking her why this kept happening to me.

“She shrugged and said it was probably to do with the abortion I had when I was 19. Honestly, I was gobsmacked at how nonchalant she sounded.

“She knew there had been health reasons behind it and had been supportive at the time.

“I’d been so poorly that I’d needed an operation and had spent months recovering. Also, she knows how guilty I felt that I was unable to carry to full term.

“I asked her what she had meant and she said that our decisions always come back to haunt us and that I needed to understand that I’d brought it on myself.

“That some people just weren’t meant to have children and it was God’s way of telling us to stop.

“She wasn’t being mean, just blunt but my hormones were all over the place and I ended up kicking her out of my house and telling her not to contact me again.

“Soon after, I got loads of phone calls from my other sister, mum and dad and even my sister’s husband basically saying I had overreacted and was being an a**hole.

“That I had to make things right and apologise. I refused and haven’t spoken to any of them since.”

After sharing her story online, other Reddit users came forward to support the woman – saying she was right to be angry.

One user said: “You don’t ever say something like that to someone. If she wasn’t on the lease or paying rent at all, you have every right to kick her out.

“She’s an adult, she can figure out her own living situation without having to room with people she thinks so lowly of.”

And a second added: “She is evil and completely lacking empathy towards you.

“Don’t apologise, don’t take anything back and keep her out and anyone who takes her side.”

While a third person wrote: “A miscarriage is not something you should try and guilt a woman about. That’s messed up. She was out of line.”

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