No. Because I don’t have siblings. 😋
It's my ex and that means we're not longer dating. I can date him if he is the older one. That means, older than my ex.
No. I think there would be to many akward moments in family reunions, at least for my taste that is. Plus its cringe AF if nobody noticed:)
Why not? If I am in love with her, I will surely date her. Being my ex's siblings doesn't means she will also be like my ex or act like my ex. We are talking about love here and not lust.
If I am deeply in love with my ex's sibling, I will surely date her since it's all about love and the best way to experience love is to be with whom you are in love with.
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Although I am clear that I will never drink this water, I believe that I would never go out with my ex's brother, that is, my ex-brother-in-law. I think the situation would be delicate and uncomfortable!
If I had a relationship with his brother, I was supposed to have known the family and therefore himself. What it means is that if I start dating him after I'm done with his brother, maybe I liked him before, that there was an attraction when we were still brothers-in-law. He will also feel strange with the family, because I am supposed to have already entered the house as a girlfriend of one, I don't know what to look like if I arrived as a girlfriend of the other. That is to say...
Similarly, I believe that the two brothers would be in a tense situation, which may even lead to enmity between them or worse. Imagine, what would it look like in front of everyone? Like the woman who separated the two brothers and who is looking for a tragedy to happen. I wouldn't want to play that role. I also think it would be difficult for me if I had relationships with the brother, and that he knows a lot about my intimacy, that we can be as a family.
I understand that nobody rules in the heart and that when we fall in love, we fall in love and we're not seeing who it's going to be. But I believe that when you treat your partner's siblings, you should immediately see him as your partner's brother, as your brother-in-law. No more!
In Asia and especially Chinese fellows, I think it is hard and usuay will not. Imagine the awkward moment when hangout during family session and ex were there.
Depend on how the relationship was with my ex, if we broke up with war then i would never do that. But if we broke up as friends who agreed on the fact that there was no love and just friends, then it would be different. It would also be the ultimate test to see if my ex is a friend, because a real friend would stand behind who ever i desire, and a fake friend would change into a jealous idiot!
If my opinion, yes. As long as you have "clear off" the relationship properly with your ex where there is no more connection in that end.
And of course that sibling has the same sex as your ex which is opposite of you.
And of course that sibling has the same sex as your ex which is oppos of you. And of course that sibling has the same sex as your ex which is oppos of you.