Most Helpful Guy
First of all, no matter what you should always support your relative no matter what they choose to believe/act... You can't tell her things like : you'll never be successful...
That's really bad you're there for each other.
2nd of all, i think every person is different from one another you can't call it strictness maybe she's actually enjoying her work..
Lighten up on her and try to support her it will actually be better and she will respond positively to you.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
I can relate to your sister. I learned self-discipline, work ethic, and so on at an early age. I’m often criticized for taking my studies too seriously. For being to candid and too serious. For not playing all the games girls play. I do have a social life, but if there’s a conflict between study and play, study trumps play time. I enjoy most of my studies, so it’s not necessarily strictness. It’s more an unwillingness to squander an opportunity at an education to better myself. It only comes along once. Looks and nepotism will only get one so far, at some point you have to be able to do something. Recommend not trying to mold your sister into your image. Doesn’t appear that she’s trying to mold you into yours. Just accept your differences and support her. If for no other reason, because she’s family.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE