My sister started dating my best friend a couple weeks ago, and it's hell.
It just feels like betrayal, like my friend chose my sister over me.
All through life you will be in the process of learning to relate to people in different situations and you too will have a girlfriend or two.
I am 22, my best friend Kyle is 24 and his sister Emily is 19.
Like she wants to spend time with him but he was my best friend first and I feel bad for taking time away from them cause I know I would get pissed if when my girlfriend came over my sister would try to hang out with her. She is going to seek your advice when she has a problem with him. Also, we're both incredibly attracted to each other after hanging out a few times (in gatherings with my 'sis and her boyfriend there), and I always catch this girl looking at me, and once we were all squished on a sofa and she curled up with her head on my chest and sighed when I put my arm around her.She gave me her #, and hugs me goodbye when we part.Dating your friend’s younger sister is about as much of a violation of Guy Code as you’re going to find anywhere, and it is his job as a friend and man to own up to the situation. My "little" sister and her friends are now in their mid-20s, and one of her friends is exactly the kind of woman I'm looking for.That’s totally normal and healthy and you’re happy for them, but it’s kind of sad for you, and it’s really sad to think of two of the people I’m closest with in the world becoming a little less close to me because their primary person is /will now be each other. It doesn’t to them because when my friend and I were living at our parents’ houses and hanging out with each others’ families, I always went to her house. But she is someone who I would describe as being “like a sister to me” so it is so gross that she is dating my actual sister. Normally we would talk constantly about sex and love and dating, and now… Firstly, I have this super negative primal response, so I told them from the beginning I did not want to be involved, but phrased it more diplomatically as like, “It puts me in a weird position,” which is also very true.