Good morning Elizabeth,
Sometimes brokers get trapped in the space between giving advice and being decision makers-it sounds like you might be experiencing the latter.
It is important for buyers and sellers to make informed decisions-it is not right for brokers to get in the way of those decisions (as long as the clients' decisions are legal and ethical)
We brokers need to stay in touch with our service of counsel while balancing our clients desires.
When I was new to the business, I went to my manager with a burdensome concern that my buyer was in love with a house that was in a rougher location and it had a "unique" floor plan...but my buyer loved it. My manager's response was simple...he asked me if I was going to live there with them. Flustered, I stammered, "of course not".....My manager smiled and said, "exactly".
I then understood my role to be advisor and a resource but not the decision maker. I ended up expressing to my buyer, the "uniqueness" of the home so he would understand that if/when he ever wanted to sell it, that there might be challenges and then we wrote up.....he was very happy to get the home that he loved and I was very happy to not have been a hinderance to that end.
Having said all that, I recommmend that you two have a chat and your remind her that this is about you and what you want.
Happy Home Searching,