Dating my sister
I don’t even know how my family is going to react if we do start dating.
We are very close as a family and I don’t want to stir up trouble .
If you stop being a good audience for this kind of humor, then they'll stop making these kinds of jokes.
Courtney, 15, Charlotte, NCYou can't control what people say--you can only control your response to it.So don't react when people tease you about "stealing" your sister's boyfriend. I have been recently hanging out with some one who I known for 12 years now, we have a great friendship.Recently we have been flirting with each other and I really like him.The problem is that he is my sister’s ex-boyfriend. She cheated on him which was the reason why they broke up. Now my sister has been married for the past 6 years and has kids with her husband.
I really think that we would be very compatible together, but I don’t know how the family would react if we started dating. Should I follow my feeling and tell him how I feel, or should I keep it to my self?