Sisters dating same man
I don’t want to date him if it’s going to cause any harm or hurt to our relationship or her relationship with any of her partners.
Laurie loved Jo and then married Amy and the world didn’t end.Now my sister and I are discussing the possibilities of whether I should date him as well, and what could happen as a result.We’ve tried to cover all the bases (it’d be awkward if one of us stopped seeing him, how the group would handle it, who goes to parties with him, etc) and are currently at an impasse.Polygamy is still banned in Arizona, but there’s no punishment, so it’s the perfect place to get married to your twin sister and a dude named Ben, but not legally. The polygamous marriages in Arizona are "spiritual" unions rather than legal ones. "We’ve been with him for five years so he’s twinning and winning…We do want to marry the same man and his name is Ben,” they duo said in a You Tube video announcing their engagement. Over the holidays that went from light physical affection to an enjoyable makeout session.
(My sister knew about us getting handsy and kissing btw).
The world won’t end, but there are a couple of things in your story that give me real pause: Good news: The world is full of people, many of whom will probably want to joyfully explore sexy-times with you.
Whether you ultimately pass on this guy or decide to make an interesting mistake, maybe 2017 can also be the year you do some fun sexual exploring on territory your sister has not scouted first.
(We also both have anxiety over everything, be it big or little, lol.)I desperately don’t want to hurt anyone here, mostly my sister.
I know I have a tendency to shut things down before they have a chance to develop, partly out of self-preservation.
Well, what else can I say but congratulations to the happy trio...?