"I feel like everyone else is acting absolutely crazy and I feel like I'm losing my mind," said the bride-to-be in the viral post.
"She's a child, in her own home, dressing in a certain way because it's comfortable," said one commenter on the viral post.
"Do the work you're paid to do, get time and experience in, and look for a better-paying job," said one commenter on the viral post.
Suggestions the "Euphoria" star is with child have gotten out of hand online, leading to thousands of memes and jokes conquering social media.
"This is a vacation, not a therapy session or summer camp for [your] sister-in-law and difficult child," said one commenter on the Reddit post.
The woman's story has prompted people to share what they would do in a similar situation.
"And props to you for removing your child before the meltdown," a Redditor said. "That is responsible parenting and it's becoming extremely rare."
"I'd push this," a Redditor said. "Moving your child isn't enough. The teacher should at minimum face investigation and ideally be dismissed."
"It's tough when they grow up," joked one commenter on the viral TikTok video.
"So much hurt is caused by mismatched expectations," said one commenter on the viral post.
"The words say they don't care, the caramel says they do," wrote one commenter on the viral post.
"You were simply holding her accountable for what she did, and you are absolutely entitled to be angry," a Redditor commented.
"It appears she knew she was gay the entire time but chose to lie to her husband and kids," a Redditor said. "She is a horrible human being."
"People like her need to be outed for their lying, she lied...to villainize you," one Redditor claimed.
"This cat has forgotten how to cat," joked one viewer on the viral TikTok video.
"You don't have to lose weight but equally he doesn't have to find you attractive at your larger size," said one commenter.
"It made me feel violated and creeped out because that test had my literal pee on it," explained the pregnant woman.
"I appreciate that this is so wholesome. I'm glad you played along like you didn't know what was going on," said one commenter.
"The thought of an attorney doing this makes it so much funnier to me, Lol," one Redditor commented.
"If he knew how fast those things really are, he wouldn't be doing that," a commenter said about one man's attempt to get the gator to move away.
"The therapist absolutely should be reported for their wildly unprofessional behavior," a Redditor commented.
"Don't let him make you feel like you're not enough of a mother because you occasionally travel for work," one commenter said.
"I had something similar happen, and I was literally dialing the number for Visa when I figured it out," said one commenter recounting their own experience.
"Tell him that no warning means that he won't have lunch, either start communicating or figuring out his own lunch," a Redditor said.
"It is sad that you have to have legal battles with your family, but that is all on your cousin, not you," one commenter said.
"They aren't worthy of your forgiveness, especially since they clearly aren't sorry," a Redditor commented.
"Terrible parenting, and you were justified in the comment," a Redditor said. "But the mom's reaction says a lot about them as parents. Gross."
The actor has officially joined the social media site TikTok after he trended for months on the platform during his trial against Amber Heard.
"It's awful that she won't accept your children as her grandchildren," a Redditor commented on the post.