Our expert says:
Maybe she's right in her perceptions of your family, maybe she's wrong ; but she should be tactful and respectful, and not assume that (a) she is right, or (b) that anyone would benefit from hearing her opinion.
Its one thing for you to support her if the family are critical of her, but whether a brother is spoilt or a sister not a fabulous mother, is neither any of her business nor does it actually affect her in any way. She can't reasonably expect you to accept all of her prejudices
She doesn't have to love or even like your brother's gf, but to be polite towards her --- if that gf didn't like her, would she expect your brother to automatically think badly of her ? Marriage would nopt be a good idea unless pre-maritcal couples counselling can sort this out. Who appointed her a judge towards other people ?
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