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My sister-in-law told me this week she was in love with me, don't know what to do!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 28421286:MV8yMDY1OTc1XzM0NzU5ODc0XzFFQkNENUQ4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 17119454:MV8yMDY1OTc1XzM0NzU5MzYyX0UyOTFBRTRE] Definatly DO NOT tell your wife. So she loves you. No crime. Isn't that what we all want from the universe, to be loved? Let yourself be loved. Be worthy. Never punish another simply for adoring you. [/quote] That is very bad advice. He should tell his wife and right away. This same thing happened to my aunt and her husband. Her sister hit on my uncle. He told his wife, they worked things out and are still married. This was yrs ago but keeping secrets is worse than lying if you ask me. If the sister was drunk that is her problem not yours. Let the sisters work it out. Once you tell your wife its not your problem any longer. Weight lifted. [/quote]
Kinda of a weird thing happened to me this week, my sister-in-law told me she has been in love with me sense her sister introduced me to her 9 years ago!
I know alcohol had a lot to do with it as she had been drinking for a couple of hours which she doesn't normally do! This sure has put me into an awkward position....? When she told me I was dumbfounded and didn't say a word in return!
I Just wanted to vent, do not know how to handle the situation, and shit Christmas is coming and I will have to do the family thing and see her again!
Question: What the fuck do you do, when a situation like this arises? I'm kind of a spiritual guy and would never cheat on my wife, let alone with her sister. So many questions on what to do. Do I just blow it off and ignore it, based on the fact that she was drunk? I don't think I would dare to ever tell my wife she would freak. What is weird is that they are a close typically normal upper middle class family.
I don't know how to handle the situation! I am leaning towards ignoring it and pretending it never happened!
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