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Why is your second co-sis also not talking to you?Is she scared of the first co-sis? Sometimes honesty does not work...see how your second co-sis behaves. She doesnt like it,so she remains silent. You have to learn to be tactful. If I was in your position, I would just be calm and ignore the bad of the person. I didn't like what one of my cousin did (she married an already married person,who left his first wife to serve his parents.The 1st wife begged him not to divorce her as she is not so well to do otherwise),yet I had to be cordial with her as she is very talkative. We have to be very careful with such people.an example for a totally unwarranted statement is -you called her and said you knew she flirts with your hubby,but you trust your hubby and don't care if she cooks for him.Was this needed?Forget the bra thing...if someone came to my house and I cook for them,and THEN if the wife says I am cooking for her husband to flirt with him..I will be enraged!!
Anyway,what is done is done. At the most what you can do is just apologize for saying that you thought she tried to flirt with your husband. Don't say sorry for the gold chain thing. Don't bend your head too much..if you do so,they will try to break your back. Do you get what I mean?In the first place,you ought to be quiet..if you wanted your children to have cousins and you wanted to have a place to go for vacation.You should have thought of the consequences BEFORE speaking. Now don't agree for everything and apologize even if you are not at mistake as then it will look like YOU lied. You have to maintain your dignity. So just do enough to cover the bridge. Maybe say sorry once,but it's not necessary to fall at her feet.