When it was time to leave, Matt gave me a kiss on the cheek and I felt a spark, a connection with him.
I know he did too because he told me he was going to call so we could get together.
I figured it has been 15 years, we are both grown adults now and, yes, part of me wanted him to see just how fabulous I turned out.
The Frisky: 20 things that make a man The problem is, Michael has also "friended" my sister, who was an 11-year-old ugly duckling when we dated in high school, but has definitely blossomed since then.
When I tell people about this situation, everyone thinks what she is doing is wrong. They say I shouldn't have a problem with it since I've been happily married for 13 years and that it was over a decade ago when we were teenagers. I understand you'd be hurt that your sister is dating your high school sweetheart, but I find it more difficult to understand how you'd be upset with any female close to you dating any ex of yours, regardless of when you dated him, how serious you were, what the breakup was like, and what your feelings for him are now.
Not every relationship is created equal, and you shouldn't apply some silly "code" to all of them as if they are.
He’s great, attractive, caring, opens doors for people and is an all-around respectful person.
I get along with him, and I see him a lot because my sister brings him around.
Sometimes I find myself fantasizing about what it would be like to kiss him. My sister and I aren’t that close, but I would never want to hurt her.
I think whatever understanding you have with your family members should be taken into consideration when dearing to do such a thing, for me...would be tres bizarre. Well, my sister, being the flirt that she is, just decided to curl her freakishly long blond curls, lash her perfectly gorgous blue eyes at him and he was under her spell in a second.
the whole sloppy seconds, keeping it in the family, what if the my sis and her bf had kids then me and bf had kids..... I broke up with him and then he automatically went out with Allie (they both apologised since then, etc...).