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By D , December 27, in Relationship Advice. I have a good friend whom I've been friends with for 2 years or so, his girlfriend is also a very good friend of mine. Recently I've started seeing his girlfriend's sister. I was caught taking her out on a date to dinner one night. My friend's GF was extremely disappointed at me and thought higher of me. She had a talk with me saying that she just thinks it weird and wrong and that many problems could occur in the future.
She also "kindly" gave me an ultimatum that if I decide to "pursue" this relationship, my good friend and her would not be friends with me. My emotions for my friend's gf's sister were very strong and I decided to continue on. Sneaking behind their backs in a way. She liked me just as much as I like her. Her parents also like me a lot as well and they have no problems with me dating her.
I am already engaged in a relationship with my friend's gf's sister and my friend's gf is very disappointed at me. To me I don't feel that its wrong in anyways because I truly care for this person and we are happy together. What do you guys think about this? What are the potential problems that can happen in the future? It's already obvious that source of any potential future problems will be your Friend's GF. Whatever they are.
I don't know why she should be disappointed. She's not the one to control other people's lives. Perhaps she's just narrow-minded. Definitely go for her sister if you like her that much and she likes you back. No-one should stand between two people that love each other. And those who dare, should burn. I feel the same way as you. Its been a very stressful and rocky relationship in the beginning because of these interferences. My friend's GF knows that I am a great person and knows that whoever I end up with will be just as fortunate as I am with them.
The only problems that I can think of is that "IF" things do go sour later on, I might lose my friends because of this. I've also talked to her about this and she doesn't think so and thinks it's selfish for her sister to get in the way. I don't think you're wrong. You and your gf are both free to decide who you want to date. It sounds like your friend's gf is being unfair to you and to her sister. Of course there is always the risk that things will not work out but you would never know unless you tried.
Hopefully your friend's gf will eventually come around and accept the relationship. You shouldn't have to sneak around. There's always the risk that if you break up it could make your friendship with your friend and his gf awkward Hmm, just looking at this from another point of view but Perhaps it is the case of the sister being much too overprotective - but either way, she is being protective of her sister which can be good or bad.
Did you try talking to your good friend and asking why the sister is acting this way? It does seem odd that she thinks you two shouldn't date because its "weird". It might be her roundabout way saying that she thinks you two aren't compatible I would try to get more information on exactly why the sister said that. Thanks for the your input. My friend knows that I am a good person and I wouldn't hurt anyone.
If I was just looking for a short time fling, she knows that I wouldn't be going to her sister. I feel that she is acting this way because it could be a jealousy issue in the future. I've spent a lot of time with my friend and his gf and became really good friends with them.
I think they are afraid that if I start dating her sister things can get competitive between us and she in a way "loses" her best friend which is me to her younger sister. I think your friend's girlfriend is immature and should mind her own business. Who is she to dictate who can date who? Ok, then she's just being ridiculous. I would continue dating and don't be secretive about it.
Let her know and if she has a problem with it, then she's the one who has it, not you or her sister. By Cenkiz Started October 5. Aaron Doughty posted a blog entry in Youtube , September TopThink posted a blog entry in Youtube , September Start new topic.
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