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Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Yahoo Answers. Is it wrong for me to date my sister's ex-husband under these circumstances? My sister treated her husband like crap.

He was a good man. My sister is one of those people who feels that the world owes her something. My sister never really had a real job, her husband worked and took care of her and the kids; gave her everything she wanted.

She was abusive to him verbally. She disrespected him in public. She cheated on him. I would always pray for a man just like her husband. It takes a strong man to stay with a woman like my sister.

I always felt like we chose the wrong men for our personalities. My ex was domineering and controlling. He probably would have been the type that could keep her in line.

I would have to say follow your heart. wouldn't it be strange to be an aunt and a step mother??? Oh my just think how confused the children. I left my husband after 12 1/2 yrs. His constant affairs and our constant fighting were enough. So I found out that my older sister who was also married began. Dear Annie: My ex-husband, the father of my kids, decided to date my younger sister, who is in the early stages of recovery from heroin addiction. When she.

I feel that my sister's ex really just needed a woman that had his back, because he works hard. He has a great job, plus he has a small business that he is part owner of. We have been spending time together. At first it was just him picking the kids up from my house while my sister was out with her man of the week. Then we would sit and talk. Sometimes I would fix him and the kids dinner instead of him getting the kids and having to go home and cook or buying them fast food on the way home.

Last weekend he came over with tickets for all of us to go see Shrek. In the theather our hands touched and we held hands throughout the entire movie. It was the most romantic thing.

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Oh my just think how confused the children would be if you got married and had kids, but it has been done before. It sounds like she would make life miserable for you because he would then be yours and not hers so she couldn't treat him like shi--t any more. It would probably kill her to see you 2 happy and would just a feeling I have try to do something to mess it up.

It does sound like you 2 should have married the others spouse. Have you ever told her that?? Source s : just life, love is hard to find. Add a comment. Asker's rating. If it were not for some differences in the specifics of this question I would almost think this was my sister posing the question In my opinion, I think this would be crossing a line you should not cross. My sister cut off communication with me after I had initiated a divorce from my husband.

Over the years my family had witnessed some of his abuse I finally took that step. I had my sisters support and then suddenly she no longer returned my calls or answered her phone.

It took me awhile to put two and two together. I will never know if anything transpired with them My sister would like everyone to think she was being supportive of him She was not happy with her current husband and had not been for years I voiced my suspicions and it has caused a rift that will never be healed I am out numbered. She has garnered the support of the entire family I know my sister My first marriage was to someone who was physically abusive and after a short marriage that produced two children I divorced him.

Not long after I noticed his car was often at my parents when they were both at work. I mentioned something to my mother Sister was 19 years old then I chalked it up to immaturity and forgave her.

I never ever would have thought she would contemplate the same with my second husband. There are some things you just don't do I think this is one of them. Some circumstances may be different. I since feel ostracized from most members of my family You have to keep leaving her alone. If there's ANY hope for this relationship right now, it's only going to occur if you stop trying to cling to her and trap her.

There's a good chance it's too late already, but if there's even the smallest flicker of hope in her heart for you - you absolutely must stop sabatoging yourself like this! You need to drop off the map. Stop doing whatever you're doing.

Stop trying to contact her. Yes, she will leave you alone too. Even if she does end up coming back to you, it will likely take the better part of a year before that happens. The reason for this is because she needs to develop a different opinion of you.

She needs time to see that you're not the creepy, verbally abusive stalker that she had you pegged as. If she still cares, she will get in touch with you then. At that point, you may have gotten over her yourself. But either way, you need to stop trying to make something happen with your ex. This is something that you simply cannot control. Stop behaving out of desperation and let go.

You can never make that statement. First, because it is wrong, as Ted had already left his wife before taking up with you, and second, because it is guaranteed to inflame Jimmy.

Seriously? Of course not! The only instance in which this would be even slightly appropriate, is in the case of death, like the gentleman stated. "My sister has been dating an ex of mine for the last two years, and the . to my husband because he was attempting to pursue my sister, and I. I know you cant help how you feel, but I cant see how you could think that your sister or the family would accept this. There are many instances in our lives where.

Many people would rate other things higher, but trust is fundamental to all relationships, and is probably the most major issue in most failures. You said you and Jimmy have been together, and it looks like you are sharing a home as you mentioned.

My mom at 15 told her sister who was dating my dad at the time 3yr age difference that she was going to marry my dad. My aunt laughed and said it's a girl crush.

A few years later my aunt and dad had broken up. Mom and dad are both attending the same college had a few classes together. She knew who he was, she seemed vaguely familiar to him. Eventually they started to date, and get married after dating for 5 years. Mom's family loved him. Aunt and mom are still great friends and talk have always joked about it. As an adult I asked my aunt the last time I saw her a few months ago she said she always knew my mom was right when she saw them interact the first time after they she and my dad broke up.

My parents have been married since the 70s. Still act like teenagers. I think my Aunt was the vessel that brought them together. My mom is the youngest of 5, with 4 older brothers. My oldest uncle, Ken, dated a woman named Vicky. They broke up. Then my second oldest uncle, Jim, started dating Vicky. This was awkward. But my Uncle Ken got over it by dating Vicky's younger sister Linda.

So now my Uncle Ken is married to Linda, his ex girlfriend's Vicky sister. It's ridiculous. No one cares, though. It was like 45 years ago. But it's still pretty funny that my brother uncles are married to my sister aunts, one of whom dated both of my uncles.

An old friend of mine dated twins. She actually dated one and then cheated on him with his twin brother. They broke up and she dated the second twin for a long time. Edited to add: She knew she was cheating with the brother, they would meet up while her boyfriend was at work.

Broke up with a girl in high school. She started dating her best friend's boyfriend. And her best friend started dating his twin brother. I was also in a long-distance relationship with someone who'd gone to college. So when I started dating the new girl, her now-ex chatted up my long-distance girlfriend on ICQ yeah, old to tell her about how I was betraying her. Naturally, I'd run the whole thing by her weeks before, so she got two hilariously different stories.

I know what you should think: if it wasn't for the twin brothers the best friend would've gone after you; you got screwed over by some statistically unlikely circumstances. Actually, now that you mention it, she was at least a little into me. But it would have been super awkward, so probably for the best. My Physiology teacher tends to ramble on about her personal life instead of, you know, teaching us Physiology. She dated a guy in college, and when stuff didn't work out between them, her younger sister started dating and eventually married the guy.

They're all still on good terms, and my teacher is fond of saying that her sister got the leftovers. Has your dad cheated? Is he pursuing your aunt? You didn't tell us those things, so I'm going to assume no. You said your parents just celebrated their 40th anniversary, that's so wonderful! A lot of couples don't make it nearly as far. I think it's awesome that your dad puts in the work to be with the people he loves. I think it's awesome that your parents have built something that has lasted 40 years.

I think it's admirable that your father, although conflicted and probably emotionally pained, is able to keep his eyes on the prize. I also think it's great that he trusted you with that information. We can't choose who we love, and we can't choose if or how they love us back. Your family is making it work, and although I don't know the everyday details of your home life, I find that pretty badass. I think that when your father opened up and shared that with you, he gave you insight about relationships, commitment and trust.

Respect to him. I personally found some revelations from my parents in my adulthood that things were less than perfect to be a great help in making sense of my own relationships. There was a guy on TIFU awhile back His girlfriend and her twin sister swap places. Dude ended up proposing to the wrong twin. His girlfriend basically dumped him for not being able to tell the difference.

I mean it's not like he was stressed out or had other things on his mind. Yep, but at the time he had lost the girl he loved, and he kinda felt like it was his fault for not recognizing that the twin had been sent. Did the twin tell him right away or did she say yes, fuck his brains out, then give her sister the details when she debriefed her that night? Have fun with that. Similarly, I would never conceive of or expect a twin sister to ever send her twin to try and deceive you, because that's just not something that grown-ups fucking do.

The fact that she may have had some physical differences that he overlooked could be true, but why would he scrutinize her for those differences every time they met up? That's fucking insane. Sometimes things are just so fucking crazy to even consider in the first place, despite the fact that they may be true. Is it common for people to do this? I always figured if the junior didn't name his kid accordingly it just died there. I am available for parties and other special events to use buzzwords in highly specific examples.

Damn ususally it's rates may vary but now I know they DO. It sounds like a much better deal when I'm not sure No Southerner wants to contribute to inbreeding jokes more than they absolutely have to. This sister is my age and used to be my best friend. We came close to hooking up a few times but I saw her as more of a good friend. I dated a ton of her close friends and eventually her little sister who I later married and had kids with.

She is always salty to both of us during brief meets but when we spend a few hours or more together we have a blast like the old times. My wife has recently brought childhood books and notepads to our house for our kids from her parents house. I found several doodles with hearts with the older sister and my name in them.

I've pretty much messed around with every girl that she hangs out with. Shes heard all the intimate details about what ive done with all of them. I found out she was once madly in love with me. Shes let it slipped that she loves me when we drink together as well.

Is it wrong for me to date my sister's ex-husband under these circumstances?

I now have a house and kids with her little sister and I feel horrible about everything. Do you feel horrible because you feel bad for how she may felt all those years or because you feel like you missed an opportunity with her?

Redditors who married the sister/brother of an ex, is it weird having your ex as a The husband of the cheater consoled the wife of the cheating husband, and. My sister and I fell out about two years ago and haven't spoken or we fell out was because she started dating my ex husband and moved into. I recently got to know that my sister is dating my ex-husband, who I divorced almost two years ago. The fact that my sister was throughout with.

I was engaged to a guy for four years that ended because of his inability to keep his little wang in his britches when he left the house. His older brother briefly lived with us during a job transition and we became pretty good friends.

Shortly after leaving the man whore, I catch up with the older brother over drinks They never had a close relationship to begin with so it didn't cause much trouble but the man whore started dating a woman recently who has a major issue with the situation.

She doesn't want me at family gatherings and refuses to let my niece and nephew stay with us anymore. We still haven't figured out what her problem is but we haven't lost any sleep over it. Her problem is probably that she has trust issues bc he has cheated on her OR acts inappropriately with other women so she feels super insecure in the relationship. And bc she knows he is ready to stick his dick into anything that moves, having a woman around that she knows he has had his dick in, in her mind, makes it more likely he will actually hit it again.

More of a threat than a stranger. This is only slightly related. My husband's sister is dating a man, his sister is dating my brother At poker night my brother says "everyone look to the left and say I'm sorry for fucking your sister.

They're twins, but not identical. The one he married has huge, alien like eyes and a thinner looking face, the one he dated has normal looking eyes and a slightly rounder face.

Both of their personalities kind of suck in my opinion. The twin he dated originally is like a typical dumb party girl and his wife is just never satisfied with anything. They have an open marriage because she wanted to still sleep with other guys. My brother is allowed to sleep with other guys too, but no girls. Kind of a fucked up situation, IMO. It's like she drew up a contract and he didn't read the small-print Yeah, she's a heartless bitch. She told him less than a month after our dad died too.

They live in California and he's basically out there all alone because all of our family lives in Michigan. Please tell me he's at least bisexual. If not, this is the saddest and funniest shit I have ever read.

Sounds like the start of a "hilarious" Adam Sandler film, what could possibly go wrong? My best friend in college was dating a girl, and sort of simultaneously with that girl realized that they both like each other's siblings more.

So they both ended up marrying each other's siblings. I've never asked him about it, but it has to be weird at family reunions to have slept with your sister in law for years. I just wanted to take this time to thank OP. I've been on this post since the first reply and MAN.

Well there don't seem to be answers, I can come close. Currently dating younger sister of an ex. Ex and I were really close friends for years met her through another ex actually and tried dating for a while, it didn't work because I couldn't really stop seeing her as a friend only. Younger sister always crushed on me and was flirty but obviously ignored it because I really liked the whole family and didn't want to do anything to fuck that up.

Broke up with ex, about a month later the sister is up at college like 1. One thing led to another and 6 months later here we are. Ex doesn't really talk to me when I'm around the house on breaks or whatever, but the family still really likes me so that's a win maybe I'll update this post in a few years. We did a good job today, hopefully OP enjoyed all the pro tips we gave him.

I've casually brought up the topic of me dating 2 different daughters of theirs and neither really seemed bothered by it. The mom was actually happy because she missed me being around after I broke up with the ex, so go figure. Well then, the mom is definately the next target op. You have a chance for the 3rd base. The father would be the homerun. Well now im thinking his life is a weird hentai game with each boss being someome you have to out-sex to defeat.

Throughout the game the father taunts you over your lack of sexual prowesss assuming you'll never impress the next person in the family. All the way up to the final battle where you find out that HE is the last person you have to defeat to win. Cue the almost pokemon but not enough to warrant copyright infringement battle music along with the sounds of moans after every button press.

The grandmother is the last boss. Catch up. Shes in the elite four, thats why the pokemon music is playing. Grandmother is obviously "Gary". In high school The county sheriff had 5 daughters with 2 different moms. Our parents are not friends, but of course they know each other.

I dated two daughters of the sheriff who were older than me.

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My little brother who's 4 years youngerwent to prom when he was a sophomore with one of the Sheriff's senior daughters. I don't remember why, but there was a reason. It wasn't weird and they weren't dating. The next year he was dating the next youngest and went to prom with her. Finally, when he was a senior, he took the youngest freshman daughter.

He told the sheriff, "I thought I'd collect the whole set. The dad thought it was pretty funny. It was one of those things he sort of "HAD" to do. Pretty much all the teachers thought it was the funniest thing ever. When he asked her, he was just like, "So, you need to go to prom with me because it's the right thing to do.

So the ex was like a 6 but I really liked her. Sister is like an 8, definitely an improvement. Butthole-wise sister also gets the edge. On a tangentially related note. I think it is Ron Wood, of Rolling Stones fame, who is married to the daughter of the woman who is married to Ron Wood's son. My ex son's father is currently dating his brothers ex girlfriend. The brother killed himself 7 months ago so I am pretty sure he was not 'ok' with their relationship.

My brother married my ex. My relationship with her didn't last long 2 months and there was about 2 years between when we broke up and they started dating. It was a little wierd at first but it's really not anymore. It'd be weirder if they weren't together. After my grandmother died 15 years before I was born my grandfather got remarried for a few years before he divorced her to marry her sister.

As a child I just knew the 2nd wife as Aunty Beryl. I didn't know the whole sorry story until one day my cousin asked 'did you know grandad used to be married to Aunty Beryl?

I fooled around with my boyfriend's cousin when I was It was very, very odd upon meeting his family for the first time. Still have not verified with his cousin whether he remembers that I sucked his dick at that party.

This is like the third or fourth casual mention of blowjobs, seemingly spontaneous, in this thread alone. Must be going to the wrong get togethers. As someone who ended up sleeping with both a guy and his sister, I'm eagerly waiting for the other side's response to this.

Dated the sister for 5 years, always had a crush on the brother, so a year and a half after we broke up I slept with him. Aaaaand it ruined the friendship. Best part is that my mom is still best friends with their mom. A few years back she asked me "GG why do I never see you around anymore? There were two sisters who, during their teen years, both adored a nice young man named Bill.

They didn't like each other too much to begin with but this drove them even further apart. Then, he married one and had kids with her.

The other sister married someone else, moved abroad, also had kids. Some while later, "the other sister" and Bill had an affair, and Bill and his wife ended up divorcing. He married "the other sister," rendering the first cousins now step-siblings. The two sisters continue to hate each other all the more and Bill's kids with his first wife call their biological aunt "mom. Everyone seems to be happy jolly, but I've only seen from the perspective of the kids and the "other sister. This all happened before I was born, and I didn't find out until I was in my 30's.

I'm not sure how I feel other than anger. But over the last year on and off my sister has been dating my ex husband - whom I have Read more on Netmums.

Try to follow along:. I had an aunt Jennifer, who was married to Bob. Bob was a bit of a hound and apparently cheated on her quite a bit. Still, Bob and Jennifer decide to have a baby, and Michael was born. Bob ends up having an affair with Jennifer's sister, Anna.

Sister dating ex husband

Jennifer finds out about Bob and Anna, and gets the fuck out, and takes Michael with her. Soon after, Jennifer starts dating my Uncle Rich. Rich and Bob know each other pretty well. They're not good friends or anything, but they seem to run in the same circle.

Things start going well for Rich and Jennifer, so within 2 years, they decide to move in together and get married. In the meantime, Bob and Anna are going pretty strong, so they shack up and get married around the same time. Anna and Jennifer patch things up, and Jennifer forgives her. Over the years, things totally normalize, and they operate completely normally at least on the surfaceas Michael's dad doubles as his uncle, and his stepmom is his aunt.

TL;DR: Aunt got cheated on by her sister.

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