i want to be with him and... me and him seem like we'd have alot more in common than his g/f.

Visitor's Question from a 16-20 year old Female
hi well..this one is pretty serious..and not that normal... well umm im 18 and have a 1 year old.. i am currently livng with my fiance...and his sister. His sister always has her boyfriend over that i am very attracted to...b/c he reminds me of my babys father..and i miss him. I am loosing intrest in my fiance a little and i really like my soon to be sister in law's boyfriend...and the thing is..i think he likes me too.. what can i do?? im always jealouse when he comes over b/c i want to be with him and... me and him seem like we'd have alot more in common than his g/f. same with my fiance..we dont have much in common..but i just dont know what to do i need help...am i wrong for feeling this way b/c its my soon to be sister in law? please help!!

RomanceClass.com Advice
You have way too many men in your life. How do you expect to keep your emotions straight?

Why are you fianced with a one year old daughter? Why are you attracted to your fiances sister's boyfriend?

I think you need to do a lot of growing up before you make decisions that will affect your life very strongly. Tell your fiance you are not sure whether you love enough to get married.

Stay away from his sister's boyfriend. Your ties to him are not at all strong enough to do anything else. You could end up losing all the relationships if you are not careful. Think of that.

Good luck!

-- from George
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