Today's social dilemma is pretty interesting and probably something we've all seen or had to deal with on some level. I know I have. Here's the email from Karen. Hey Jaime. This is Karen, and I’m emailing you this morning because my best friend, who is about to get married for the second time, is having a giant wedding and I don’t know why. I was in her wedding party eleven years ago for her first wedding. It had over 200 people and cost all of us a small fortune, but I was happy to do it at the time. Now, she’s divorced and getting married again, and this wedding is even bigger. She wants me in her wedding party and to have a bachelorette party again, like she has never done any of this before. I know three other friends of ours that are not happy about it either. I don’t want to go to a bachelorette party and I don’t want to give her a big wedding gift. Should I have to do all of this all over again? I hope I'm not being a jerk, and I look forward to hearing what you think. Thanks Jaime, Karen. Well, I've certainly had friends that have been married more than once . Usually they have smaller weddings or just little celebrations with close friends. I have been invited to one or two big second weddings. And was even asked to be in one of them. It is a little tough to go around one more time, but I also want my friend to be happy and if this is what is making her happy I'm in. That being said, I don't think it's right to ask your buddies to spend a lot of money on all of it. What do you think? Let's help Karen out. Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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