How the HELL do you find it normal to be such great friends with a family member of a person you broke up with? Soon enough, Britney saw I was different than the others, and so did her older brother. A few months down the line, things became rocky with my now ex. We would fight, break-up, and make up constantly.
I slept with my sister's ex-boyfriend and now they're back together - Telegraph
It pays to have an ex-Samoan boyfriend as two New Zealand sisters who flew to the country found out recently. Christchurch resident, Serah Whitwan, told the Samoa Observer that having a Samoan boyfriend was the reason behind her learning more about Samoa, and ultimately booking a trip to the island paradise. A family reunion with her ex-boyfriend's family in Samoa was on the cards, but even after their separation, she decided to take the trip as her sister Tess also wanted to experience life in the islands. They are grateful to learn more about the country, and her time with her sister has enabled them to grow their sisterly bond away from work and school. But it appears their decision to take the trip was meant to be, as they were somewhat surprised and impressed by the offer of a Samoan woman to drive them to their accommodation. According to the two sisters, the kind-hearted woman is a physics lecturer at the National University of Samoa, and they felt blessed to be assisted by kind-hearted locals. As for Serah's ex-Samoan boyfriend, his family lives on Savai'i and she intends to visit them on the big island for four days with her sister.
There was an incident, though, not long ago, when her ex and I were feeling sorry for ourselves and got very, very drunk, and accidentally slept together. No one knows, but he wants to confess and start afresh, with a clean slate. I have no sister so I know only — from being a first-born — that elder sisters tend to be irritated by younger siblings who come along with their sense of entitlement to everything we had to fight for. You could try a confessing before he does, or b the Murdoch approach: denial, denial, denial, even in the face of counter-testimony. Doing a may mean lifelong estrangement.
In a Reddit post shared on a wedding shaming Facebook group, she revealed she was stuck over whether she should attend their wedding despite still being heartbroken. The woman revealed how her parents threatened to kick her out of their home and stop paying for her education unless she ended the relationship. They decided that they would break up and she would finish her degree, with the idea they may get back together in the future and "kept in touch over the next year".