A woman said she “raged” at her fiance after what he did with her daughter’s wheelchair.
She asked Reddit’s “Am I the A******? (AITA)” forum for advice. She’s been with her fiance, Mark, for three years. Mark has a 14-year-old son named Eddie, while her daughter, Hazel, is 8. The foursome lives together in a house she inherited from her dad.
One day she noticed Eddie using Hazel’s wheelchair to move bags of grass cuttings and dead plants. Eddie told her Mark gave him permission to use the wheelchair.
Mark thought using the wheelchair would be fine because Hazel was asleep.
“I started raging at Mark and yelling at him and saying that what he did was disrespectful to my daughter and that he has no right to go and take her things,” she wrote.
Mark apologized but later told her she was “out of line” and demanded his own apology.
Redditors thought Mark was completely wrong in this situation.
“You were right in the first place. He disrespected you,” a person said.
“It’s a medical aid not a gardening tool,” another added.
“It was incredibly disrespectful that they would steal your daughters medical equipment and use it for yard work,” someone wrote.
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