My sister threatened to delete my email account?

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We are twin sisters but we don't get along. Anyway, I want to post a picture and my sister's in it along with some friends and I promise she doesn't look bad at all, she's not caught off guard, looking silly, or anything like that, she's just simply smiling at the camera and I would never post

We are twin sisters but we don't get along. Anyway, I want to post a picture and my sister's in it along with some friends and I promise she doesn't look bad at all, she's not caught off guard, looking silly, or anything like that, she's just simply smiling at the camera and I would never post an embarrassing picture of her. I told her I was gonna post that picture and she started screaming at me saying she looks horrible and I was confused because I think she looks really pretty in it and so does my other friends but she started crying and such. She then threatened to delete my email which will also delete my Instagram and snapchat and she's serious about it because she does have some anger issues and deleted my old email before when she got mad, so I just made a new email and replaced it and so is there any way she can delete my email after I changed it to a different email that she doesn't know?

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alaine:
Unless your email account is a sub-account then simply change the account password to one she does not know. Then use webmail to access your email rather than an email client. It might not be as convenient to have to use webmail rather than a client such as Outlook Express, but your sister cannot get at your emails.

For Instagram, Snapchat, etc, make sure that they each have a different password from each other. Your email address will be preserved so you can continue to use that to log in to these other accounts.

If you email account is a sub-account, then the owner of the parent account could close the account. In this case, you should consider opening a different account possibly with outlook.com or gmail.com. These offer free accounts. I have had to change email accounts a couple of times. It is painful for a couple of weeks, but once your circle of contacts have been updated the problem is over.

I hope this helps.

Cogito:
You should never post a photo of someone else without their permission.
As soon as your sister said she didn't want you to, you should have agreed not to.

Just tell her that it's okay, and if she's not happy for you to post any photos with her in them, you won't.

You shouldn't fight with your sister. In years to come, she'll probably be your best friend. My brother and I never got along at all – we fought like cat and dog. But now we're grown up, we're very close and I trust him completely. Try to be more sensitive and in future, talk to her and don't presume that she's okay with things like that.

If you show her that you're not going to embarrass her, she won't even try to delete anything of yours. But if she doesn't know your password, she can't delete an email account.

sykes:
I think your sister is contacting me to delete your account..
maki:
I think your sister is contacting me to delete your account..
Amber:
Tell her you thought it was a nice photo of her. You didnt mean to hurt her.

I hope she learns to love herself and think better about herself.

Aerialnine:
Hey…if this picture has a person in it ( no matter who it is ) and they ask…please do not post this……then…..do not post it….that's all…simple and done….move on….

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