She doesn't want me at family gatherings and refuses to let my niece and nephew stay with us anymore.
We still haven't figured out what her problem is, but we haven't lost any sleep over it." — 2.
i broke up with my ex 4 months ago and i got on well with her sister and about a month ago i bumped into her and well we've been texting each other quite abit and admitted we like each other apparently she fancied me while i was still with her sister, thing is we want to meetup in secret as we both now it will cause a few problems, i know my ex will lose her head at the thought of the 2 of us dating but the thing is i really like her and she really likes me. so it depends if you're prepared for that risk from my perspective, I'd say it's an unfair thing for you to do to get between the sisters, BUT it depends how strongly you feel.
He proposed and she turned him down saying she was too young (18). My mom was freshly divorced from a physically abusive man and had two young boys to take care of so I think that had a lot to do with her motivation.
My mom hated her because of an incident where my aunt tried to win him back..stripping and sitting on his lap..my 1st birthday.
You'll have a much better shot at being truly heard if your reasons come from the heart.
And if you can't come up with any good reasons other than "Girl Code!
However, as we know, most relationships end eventually, and there can be a tendency to protect their memory or somehow preserve the feelings we had while in them.
But applying a code to those doesn't make them special, GCB; they're already special on their own.(The Frisky) -- Dear Wendy: I'm 33 years old and recently my high school sweetheart, Michael, who I dated for almost two years and lost my virginity to, found me on Facebook.After much thought, I finally hit the accept button to his friend request.When I tell people about this situation, everyone thinks what she is doing is wrong. They say I shouldn't have a problem with it since I've been happily married for 13 years and that it was over a decade ago when we were teenagers. I understand you'd be hurt that your sister is dating your high school sweetheart, but I find it more difficult to understand how you'd be upset with any female close to you dating any ex of yours, regardless of when you dated him, how serious you were, what the breakup was like, and what your feelings for him are now.Not every relationship is created equal, and you shouldn't apply some silly "code" to all of them as if they are.I figured it has been 15 years, we are both grown adults now and, yes, part of me wanted him to see just how fabulous I turned out.