Many folks are aware that you should never "double-dip," but for some reason that must've flew over the head of this man in this Strawberry Letter.
For some reason this brother thought it would be "cool" to have relations with the younger sister of a woman he used to date. Fast-forward 18 months, he's now in love and wants to marry the girl! *gasp*
The shady part is that he met the younger sister on Facebook, so he knew that they were sisters long before they got involved.
Now he's debating on whether or not he should tell the girl he's dating that he was intimate with her older sister or not say anything at all.
Take a look:
Subject: I Have Been With Both of Them
Dear Steve and Shirley,
I was married for 17 years and I’ve been divorced for 6 years. After my divorce I was buck wild for a little bit, dating many different women at one time. One of the girls I dated was a sweet church girl and we shared many intimate adult moments. She was a wonderful girl, but I didn’t want to settle down, so she stopped fooling with me. A year later, I saw a picture of her younger sister on Facebook and she was incredible, so I decided to reach out to the sister. We started dating and I never expected to fall for her. We have been dating now for 18 months and I want to marry this woman. The problem is, I feel guilty. She doesn't know that I've been intimate with her sister. They are best friends and share every detail of each other’s life. I can only wonder if they've discussed this situation, but I don't think they have. Steve, should I bring it all up and clear the air? Should I pull the sister aside and make a pact to never bring it up? Or should I pretend like nothing happened and move on with my woman? I need to know something so I can propose to this woman and spend the rest of my life with her. Please help.
Take a listen what Steve and the crew have to say:
This is flat out WRONG!
What do you think?
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