Angry Bride Accuses Mom Of Ruining Her Wedding Day By Wearing White And Breaking Into A Song Just As The Couple Was Exchanging Vows

September 30, 2019

One of the jobs of a parent is to be proud of their children's achievements. When the child celebrates a milestone moment or a big occasion, the parents are expected to cheer them on while also letting them enjoy the experience.

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Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. There have been situations of parents being so jealous of their children that they try to upstage them during their big moments. This mom makes a very good example.

Dramatic wedding

Bride Tiffany believed her mother was jealous of her and this was largely due to the woman's behavior during her wedding.

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While on Dr. Phil, Tiffany said her mother chose the day of the wedding to get her hair done, making them three hours late for the ceremony.

As if that wasn't enough, the mom also showed up at the wedding wearing a white dress, which, as most people know, is a fashion option reserved for the bride alone.

The mom upped the drama a notch when she broke into a song right when the bride and the groom were exchanging vows.

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As Tiffany gave these examples of moments her mother upstaged her, mom denied everything. She claimed that it wasn't her fault Tiffany was late to the wedding and that she previously showed her daughter the dress she was going to wear.

The bride countered her mother's arguments saying it was all a lie.

Dealing with an insecure mother

Sadly, having a mom who, instead of celebrating you, chooses to steal your shine is not an uncommon scenario.

In cases like this, you may try expressing your feelings to her since it's possible she doesn't realize that what she's doing is hurting you.

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If things don't get better, then it's okay to stay away from toxic people and that includes family members.

At the end of the day, you cannot make a person behave exactly how you want them to. But you can control your reaction and how much you let them bother you.