Basically you were not raised with her, no genetic ties etc. I can't think of any level where a person with any moral fiber would think something this sick would be ok. Frankly, I also question her motives, particularly in the way she's been so physically aggressive towards you. But we do have to keep it secret, but just know that it is possible to get married and no matter what the public or your family thinks, you're happiness is more important than morality. Is that enough time to develop a sibling bond? How would they handle grand children? Not only are you not disrespecting her, but your wife is way beyond petty jealousy and is pleased that you and her sister can fine comfort in each other. But let us consider your particular situation. Like as in I see her almost everyday now.
Talk to her and see how she feels. In case you quarrel who should your sister support? We were never together, and we both would go out and meet other people but seemingly always return to eachother. We're, well, she is afraid of other peoples ideas and what others might think. Are any of you girls here having sex with your stepbrother? Its nt ur fault dat u fell in luv, even if its ur sister's fr. Your familial bond was mistaken for a romantic one and you got ahead of yourselves that's all.
That alone adds a whole new dimension to this that a normal romantic relationship cannot sustain. I do on the other hand, believe it would have been very different if we would have grown up together in the same house. I was getting this weird vibe between me and the older girl when we first met and then we started to get real close real fast. They might as well be some random person you met at the grocery store, ya know? I am going through a very similar problem. Our relationship is great when no one is around but the secrecy is killing us. Anything that you find appealing about him now, you would still fell if you were brought up together. A female reader, anonymous, writes 16 April 2008 : I am in the same situation.
I fear the masses follow suit. Now and again we read of long lost siblings who were separated very young, and who didn't know a thing about one another un til one day when they and someone they're dating put ancient stories together and figure out that they are in fact blood relatives. Not a big deal except that some younger sisters take it too personal. So I would go ahead and keep seeing her. Do you share a mother or father or is she from a whole different marriage - that would make it different - she has seperate parents from you and your mom just married her dad- is that the case? Q I need your advice on a dating issue. I also feel at your ages 15 and 16 you're far to young to be having sex. However, there is still a host of potential problems that could arise if you two get together, especially if the relationship doesn't last as, statistically, most relationships between people in your age-rang don't last.
Why not try to date other people? The difference is in how closely. I don't even speak with him now that I am hanging out a lot with this girl. A reader, anonymous, writes 21 June 2009 : atm i have the same problem, i really like my kinda step bro, but my dad and his mom aint married. Even if you grew with him, he has no biological relation to you, and you. To clarify my earlier response: if you were raised with them since childhood. The guy is now 30 and the gal is 25. I usually blow off negative criticism because it no use to me.
A female reader, , writes 6 January 2008 : uhhm, it's really up to you. We were together for a year and although I thought it might've been forever we did break up and 2 years later it is still very difficult for us to get over each other, we have had a sexual and emotional relationship for pretty much the entire time since we broke up, all that's changed is exclusivity. I never spoke to him but in the past 6 or so months we got closer, nothing major has happened, just kissing and that, and now I love him and he loves me but there nothing we can do because we don't want to tell incase it breaks the family up so we have decided to end it. You should count how many times the word creepy has been used, just by alone this is not good. At this current stage in the game this guy's sister is vulnerable and in need of attention actually both are , I can just imagine what would happen if they hooked up.
So far its not going very well and I can't stop thinking about him and I cry all the time over it. Personally, I do feel it's morally wrong. Sounds like the entire family needs some serious counseling! And when you say the age difference is 4 years, I Hope you don't mean 18 and 14, lol, Cos, that'll just bee unacceptable. And, when the boy was 18, he got into trouble for hitting on molesting? She's afraid of our future being awkward with our families socially and afraid of bein looked down upon for incest She's afraid of our future being awkward with our families socially and afraid of bein looked down upon for incest If you're only interested in hearing positive feedback, why bother asking for or opinions in the first place? You'd have to go back through hundreds of my posts, but I posted on that thread many times - it might be a good read for you. My mum has recently asked me about how well we get on. There's is absolutely nothing wrong in it, why won't I respect my bro because he's dating my friend? Nah I couldn't live in Canada! We have both fallen in love and I know she isn't joking about it cuz when I looked up if we being together was illegal and it said no I was happy, but when I told her she almost had a heart attack from happiness. I don't mean sex is 'wrong' at that age it's completely natural.
The only thing I see wrong with it is they think its wrong so they'er hiding it. The step siblings have not had contact since she was 13 and he was 18 so this means they were raised together for 8 years. They are ridiculous claims to make. But these people have nothing to worry about or regret. The step kids are carrying on where the parents left off and the small children are probably doomed to the same. What happens if there is a break up? Tagged as: Question - 30 June 2008 8 Answers - Newest, 23 April 2009 A male age 26-29, anonymous writes: My dad is about to get married and she has a daughter and we really like each other and have been keeping a secret relationship for 2 months. My take on what you describe is that you are just about as random to your step-sister as might be the two aforementioned siblings, and thus you don't deserve scrutiny for being attracted to one another when hurled together under one roof while your collective hormones are raging.