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It depends on the brother/sister’s relationship. My brother and I are very close and tell each other everything. Since we’re only a year apart, we pretty much have the same friends.
About a year ago, I started to develop feelings for a close friend of my brother. Obviously, I told my brother right away because I knew he wouldn’t care. My brother was super chill about it, but he warned me about the guy I liked and how he was kind of a player and wouldn’t really want me to date him because of his reputation.
My brother then proceeds to tell me the nice guys in his friend group that he wouldn’t mind me talking to. I still ended up “dating” the guy he warned me about, but that didn’t last too long, let’s just say I should’ve listened to my brother lol. Anyway, after we ended things, we remained friends and he still comes over to hangout with my brother, but even then, it’s not awkward at all.
We still talk and things are fine. From my experience, it’s only wrong if your brother/sister has a problem with it. I think this question is less of "Is this right/wrong", and more of "Is this wise/dumb".
There are people who have dated the siblings of the friends, and it's turned out well. There are far more people who have dated the siblings of friends, and ended terribly. First it depends on your age, and the age of your friend's sister. If you're in high school, I'd say don't do it. Very few high school relationships last, or end on good terms (and if your relationship does end/crash and burn, then it's going to impact your relationship with your friend).
If your friend's sister is more than a year younger or older than you, then definitely don't do it. Age differences are tricky enough without it being your friend's sister.
(Obviously, this is a bit different if you're both out of high school.) Second, how does your friend feel about it? If he's against it, then I wouldn't. If he's sort of neutral, I probably still wouldn't do it.
If he's for it, then you might be okay. Overall, it's risky, tricky, and possibly not wise. Personally, I wouldn't. If you do choose to, then definitely talk with your friend before hand. Surprising your friend by suddenly dating his sister without warning would not be a good idea. Thanks for the A2A! Dating your best friend sister is not wrong but if you want to hide it from your best friend then its wrong. I will tell this as wrong because someone tells you as a best friend only when you have their trust, faith and be truthful to him/her.
When you start to hide something from him/her where they get involved into it without their knowledge, then it is something you are not truthful to him/her. As far as my knowledge, not most/many will think of one's best friend dating his/her sister. So when you do it, it brings a disappointment which would led to misunderstandings, thoughts against others, etc. Apparently even friendship could come to an end due to this. So do remember it is not wrong unless you don't hide or cheat your best friend.
Nothing wrong with it but for me, personally, it's just too close to social circle. I have done it before and always, the brother gets involved and I can't be bothered with it. It can lead to complications in friendship if things don't go to well.
Especially if you break up and you meeet your mate...and she's with her boyfriend. And...you're still into her. So I don't date my best friends sisters no matter how attract they maybe.
Just can't be bothered with hassle and it's far too close with social circle. I personally got options anyway. I approach tons of women anyway, and I rather keep close social circle as nothing more than friends.
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Is three a crowd if it's you, your boyfriend, and his sister/your best friend? Should our reader take a chance on a relationship with a guy...if his sister happens to be her best friend and, also, she's kind of not over her ex?
Hear her out. She writes: I've been with Max for three years. We've been on and off until I stopped it last year. Then this past November I decided to give it a try again. The thing is, from the beginning he told me he didn't wanted to have anything serious. At first I was fine, but then I started to gain feelings, so I stopped it. He was my first man, and I still feel things for him. He is special to me, but he still doesn't want to have anything serious. Lately, we haven't seen each other very often, we don't talk very often, and I'm the one who constantly start things.
What's happening now is that I've been spending a lot of time with Eric, my best friend's brother. We've been getting very close to the point that we had sex. But my best friend isn't aware of what's happening between her brother and me. I'm afraid that if I mess up, I will lose a great person and a great relationship of years with her.
Eric is aware of what's going on between Max and me. But now Eric told me that I have to make a decision to stay with either him or Max. I really enjoy spending time with Eric; he is a great guy, and I have a possibility of something serious with him, something that Max won't give me. But I still feel things for Max, and if I fail with Eric I could also lose my relationship with my best friend.
Help! What should I do? OK, let's address the two separate parts of this dilemma individually. First, Max. I understand that you still have feelings for Max, which is natural after three years, but you need to cut things off with him for good. He has repeatedly told you he doesn't want anything serious, and you do. And what's more, he's not making any effort to spend time with you.
This is not a relationship that's going to work, and I think it's time for you to let go of it. I know that's easier said than done, but I sense that you know deep down that it's what you need to do, and you can do it. It just might take some time to get over it. Which brings us to part two: Eric. It's always tricky to date a friend's family member, but you're really playing with fire if you go into it feeling unsure of your feelings for him.
It sounds like so far you've been pretty open and honest with Eric about the situation, and that's a good start. But I think that you need to take a little time to yourself to process the situation and figure out if you truly care for Eric, or if you're just trying to start a relationship with him in response to your hurt feelings about Max. Tell him you're going to take some time to think and that you appreciate his patience in the situation.
If you do decide you really are interested in dating Eric, then you need to come clean to your friend. If she loves you and can tell you really do care about her brother, I would hope she'd be supportive, even though it might be hard for her to get used to.
But, yes, there is always the potential that if things go wrong, it could mess with your friendship with her. That's why you can't go into it lightly, and you definitely shouldn't go into it if you're still hung up on another guy. That's a surefire way to hurt Eric and lose your best friend in one fell swoop.
Make sure that if you're taking a risk, you're doing it with the best intentions and for a relationship that's worth it to both of you. What do you guys think? Have you ever dated a friend's sibling (or other family member)? How did it go? Should our reader risk it with Eric?
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I've never been in this situation before. My "little" sister and her friends are now in their mid-20s, and one of her friends is exactly the kind of woman I'm looking for. Also, we're both incredibly attracted to each other after hanging out a few times (in gatherings with my 'sis and her boyfriend there), and I always catch this girl looking at me, and once we were all squished on a sofa and she curled up with her head on my chest and sighed when I put my arm around her.
She gave me her #, and hugs me goodbye when we part. Then I started to wonder about the pros and cons of dating this girl, and haven't made any more moves. Damn, she's smart and funny and beautiful, but she's been my sister's best friend for years! What do you think? You deffo need to ask ur sister 1st, Two of my friends were best friends with eachother, and one of them started going out with the other ones older brother, they were secretive and didn't want any1 to know. Lets just say, they are not best friends any more...
and hardly talk! So... talk to your sister! First, ask your sister. If she wants you happy, she really wouldn't mind who it is you decide to date. The good thing about your situation, you don't have to worry about the awkward phases of trying to make your sister and girlfriend getting along, if you do get together that is.
As long as you have consent, go for it with no regrets, just let this girl know your feelings, and if it's the wrong thing to make a move, let her know you don't want to go behind your sister's back. well, as a "sister" I say go for it. my brother and my best friend have had an on-off relationship. i know they really care about each other, and if I had to pick anyone I knew for my brother it would be her and vice versa.
it could get hairy if you guys ever break up cause it may put her in a awkward position, but like everyone else said, ask your sister and go for it. chances are, if she likes you and she and your sister are close friends, she may have told your sister about it already. maybe she can help you out!
Ok so I'm a girl and I like my best friends brother, he's always looking at me, and flirting with me... He's incredibly cute, funny, and smart, but he's dating someone... The only reason he's dating her is because he's a caring person and she threatened to kill herself if he didn't.
I don't know what to do, do I wait for him to break up with her and just be a friend right now or do I go for it. P. S. My best friend has no idea. Also he's a sophomore and I'm a freshman in high school... We're a year apart. All I can think about is him.
Is this just a crush or am I in love.. I can't sleep thinking about all of this.
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