Dating your brother in law
Each rehearsal scenario inevitably ends with us having to defend our relationship, something we both don’t feel is necessary.Are we right for believing that we shouldn't justify ourselves to her family and those who view our relationship as suspect or immoral?Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. It'd be like your brother getting married and having them hook you up with his wife's sister. I think it'd be weird if you grew up with him as a regular cousin, however I know a few people who are or have been involved with their cousins, by marriage, but they met later in life. If its the former, kinda weird, and yeah, just remember you'll have to interact with him for the rest of your life. Lastly, the people I know, hide it from their family. At first I was in shock, as she had been my sister-in-law. There’s a problem, however: She’s never told her parents about us.
She still lives at home with them and they are very controlling. My husband's brother, with whom we are close, is in a very serious relationship with a really nice, absolutely gorgeous girl.Let's call her "Jane." She seemed very sweet from the start but I kind of just sensed something "off" about her even though she was kind to us and we had things in common. Whether it's the awkwardness of ending things with a casual fling or the heartbreak of getting dumped by someone you legitimately love, it sucks.But that pain and discomfort is on an entirely different level when your ex moves on — with your sibling.