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Apr 11 2013, 04:04 PM
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3WishGenie
Apr 11 2013, 12:36 PM

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yeah I heard that! LOL
Actually Sharon had every right to question Nick, he is constantly trying to dictate Sharon's life choices so what's so wrong about Sharon wanting to be involved on Nick's decisions as well? Especially when it effects Faith? Again with the double standards!
I agree with you that Sharon has a right to question Nick about any big relationship decisions that will affect Faith, as does Nick with Sharon.
I just thought it was weird that they're trying make Sharon against the marriage. She LIKES Avery and they're "kinda-friends" Sharon knows that Avery would be a good influence on Faith, so I just don't get why the writers decided to make Sharon opposed to the possible union. :shrug:
I don't have a problem of Sharon questioning Nick. But it was her concern for Faith where she went a little wonky. This is the same woman who showed little concern for her daughter when she happily moved in with her child's napper, knowing her daughter would not be able to visit her there and told Nick to buzz off. Avery is a cheater yes, but she isn't a known criminal.
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