Dating all of the best parts of your best friend, only plus attraction. But sometimes kids raised within the very same household can be whoa, very different. So, sure! You can date this guy. But realize you’re trading in this friendship, at least for the duration of the relationship (if not longer). Is it worth it to you? —Liz Moorhead. If you would like to ask apw a question, please don’t be shy! Click here. Liz Moorhead. Staff Writer.
i don't think they are off limits, but its a thing that you pushing into a area where you to have to really work together. He has to be positive enough that you two are going to work cause he could lose his friend over that. This relationship has to be way more than sex. he has to prove to your brother that me does care a lot about you, prove to your parents as well. your brother has probably told your parents about crazy stories about his friends. so you have to let your family know, know this is something really special.
and you have to know that this has to work for awhile to prove he just wasn't trying to get some. And he has to be ready to be able to get a beat down by your brother if it doesn't work. Honestly I think that it depends on the age gap, and whether the friend likes his friends younger sister enough to jeopardize his friendship. I mean if they... Honestly I think that it depends on the age gap, and whether the friend likes his friends younger sister enough to jeopardize his friendship.
I mean if they broke up it would be reaaalllyyyy awkward. However it would be great if it worked out, cuz you can find out all kinda funny/ embarassing stories from the brother. My dad was the best friend of my mums older brother and my parents have been married for 25 years now.
Hope it works out im in the same situation to be honest, except i would be the one who's friend fancies my brother, and from my point of view its wrong because for a start if... im in the same situation to be honest, except i would be the one who's friend fancies my brother, and from my point of view its wrong because for a start if you go out with this person then it would ruin your siblings relationship with their friend and would make everything a lot more uncomfortable for everyone.
and for a start i think you should at least ask your brother about this because if he isn't happy with this then its not going to be fair on him. also he might get the feeling that if you go out with his mate then his mate might be coming over to see you and not him, therefore feeling rather left out.
idon'tt think this is a good idea because you really should put your brother before all of this. Depends on the age sweetie. Out of high school it's fine but in high school it's a tad odd if there's a big age difference. My friend actually had another...
Depends on the age sweetie. Out of high school it's fine but in high school it's a tad odd if there's a big age difference. My friend actually had another one of our friends date her brother. However, they were only a year apart. Asking costs 5 points and then choosing a best answer earns you 3 points!
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dating your best friends older brother - My brother is dating my best friend and it's ruining our friendship. What should I do?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nOf course it's not wrong. If you weren't friends with your best friend and met her brother then there would be no difference. Unfortunately, depending on your age (if you are in your teens to early 20s) your friend may have a problem with you liking her brother only … because sisters look on their brothers in a different way.
Example: "Yuk! You like my brother! He's a creep!" Most sisters and brothers go through this. She won't see what you see. On the other hand, she may be happy if the both of your dated. \n. \nRemember, there is nothing wrong at all liking your best friend's brother. When I was younger I too cared about one of my girlfriend's brothers, but unfortunately, I was far too young and he hardly noticed I was around.\n.
\n Answer \n. \n. \nTheres absolutely nothing wrong with liking you best friends brother! If fact I am in LOVE with my best friends brother, she knows I like him.
I am just to scared to tell him that I love him. We have so much fun together we laugh all the time when we are together. I think a little part of him knows that I like him but we are both extremely shy so we dont really say what we are thinkin, in fact the only time we dont feel shy is when we are together.\n.
\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \n. \n. \ni like my best friends brother allot but he is a year younger then me but its the same storie with the storie before me he like me and i like him allot but we r to shy to tell each other\nbut my best friends like always joking that i do like him but i always say no i don't because i don't want her to know but i play with him at recess all the time like every day\nbecause he is so nice to me Answer .
no not at all 2 years is a very good age difference at this age however don´t pressure the girl to have sex or do something that she dosen´t want to gdo because she is much younger and less mature and less experienced just take things slowly and nice you have all the time in the world … and have no reason to rush. This is simply my opinion, but I don't think it's "wrong" for you two to be together as long as you respect each other and learn and grow together.
When there is love, age should not be an obsticle. No matter what anyone says, because after all, you are the one that feels the way you do. I have been … with my boyfriend for two years and he respects me and we love each other like it's nobody's business.
He is 23 and I am 17. This is simply my opinion, but I don't think it's "wrong" for you two to be together as long as you respect each other and learn and grow together.
When there is love, age should not be an obsticle. No matter what anyone says, because after all, you are the one that feels the way you do. I have been with my boyfriend for two years and he respects me and we love each other like it's nobody's business. He is 23 and I am 17. Nahhh, not really. If you are in 9th grade its okay. Just not in 8th grade or something. If you like him a lot, them you shouldn't worry about it. :). As friends it's ok. As boyfriend and girlfriend, I agree with the above answer and say no.
Too young, sorry. When one of you is 18 (a legal adult) t … he other one will be 16 (still a minor). Stay friends. Be patient, age difference means more when you are young. My wife is 4 years older than I am. \nI don't think it's "wrong" exactly. It all depends on the circumstances. You should make sure your parents are okay, because no matter what you may think, they always want what's best for you and are always looking out for you.
Another thing, if the girl s younger; guys have the tendency to date y … ounger girls and take advantage of them. Make sure that's not the situatuion. And if not, it's not wrong, it's normal. yes it would.. if your friend thinks its okay for u to go out with her brother than it wouldnt. Being 13 with a 16 yr old sister, I can guarentee u It wud be weird if one of my sister's Friends asked me out.
I guess if I like her it wudnt be too bad but my sister might find it weird. I wudnt sugges … t it but u can try ne ways You could be. You're emotionally developed enough. However, the experience that one acquires over the teenage years and beyond can't be complete merely at the age of 14. So at 14, you may believe you're in love, but years later, at 28, after you've seen and experienced must more, you probably would … think differently.
Bottom line is, though, don't do anything stupid you may regret!
Women with older brothers were groomed differently than those without. You can spot one of us a mile away: by our confidence, our sarcasm, our varying levels of crazy. And dating a woman who grew up with an older male sibling is unlike any other relationship match-up. For those of you who are new to this game, here's what to expect when you fall for a woman who was raised by wolves -- er, brothers. We're low-maintenance To get through childhood, younger sisters develop thick skin.
It's hard to pull off being crazy emotional when you live with "even-tempered" boys who shrug off pain of all kinds. Also, we've seen our brothers deal with crazy women and silently vowed to never be that girl. So, we aren't always the last to get ready. We don't nag. We're happy to go Dutch from time to time, and don't expect dates to be excessive or expensive.
Dating a woman with an older brother ups your odds of having someone invested in you, not your trust fund. Little sisters turn from tomboys into badass women -- so while we want to be spoiled and enjoy every moment, we don't seek the fulfillment of those things materially.
Our brothers were always there to protect us, and along the way we learned to really protect ourselves emotionally. So once we let you in and show vulnerability, that's how you know we're truly invested. When we play, we play hard.
The same is true for love. Our older brothers probably won't like you... at first Older brothers are girls' first friends. But they're also father figures. So naturally, their instincts are to judge (or punch) first, and ask questions later. Gentlemen callers, be wary! You don't want to come across like a kiss-ass, nor do you want to seem too aloof. And for goodness sake, DO NOT try to act all buddy-buddy when you meet the brother for the first time. If you really want to attract his (positive) attention, be sure to dote on me (without excessive PDA) Â in front of him.
We understand (and can differentiate) boys vs. men Having an older brother around makes the dating arena a lot less intimidating because he teaches us how to play the game.
While a big brotherâ€™s advice can't prevent inevitable heartbreak, it can certainly help us navigate any situation. We learn early to define what we want in a partner, go after it, and not tolerate BS.
We have (some) patience While we may not always be in the mood for pranks, we can play. Exercising patience was the only way for me to preserve any ounce of sanity growing up with an older brother. Big brothers (along with science!) teach us that men take forever to mature. And thatâ€™s perfectly OK for women like me. But also, we're the kinds of women you can bring around your guy friends without killing all the fun.
We're naturally more inclined to get along better with guys since we grew up that way. So we're down for random adventures, rocky mountain trails at midnight, bonfires, video game marathons, and sporting events. We'll laugh at your jokes -- and ourselves Dads may be the kings of corny jokes; but big brothers help us see the humor all around us.
Older male siblings make life one big comedy show. And in doing so, we learn to find self-deprecating humor in our own behaviors and relationships. Our minds are sharp; our tongues are even sharper. We can take a joke and we have no problem going toe-to-toe. Make us laugh, and you're in.
BFF Likes My Brother!