Dating your sister inlaw
Your mother- and sister-in-law likely know your spouse better than any other women.
A sister-in-law can be very helpful in giving your spouse advice and putting things into perspective by offering an outside opinion.
Then this past November I decided to give it a try again.
The thing is, from the beginning he told me he didn't wanted to have anything serious.
To try and smooth things over with this kind of sister-in-law, make it a point to include her in family activities and to encourage your spouse to take time to spend quality time with her.
If your spouse's sister is accustomed to being very involved and having a big influence in her sibling's life, she will assume that she can continue doing, so even after he or she is married.
I [30m] said rather casually in conversation with my fiance [32m] of 4 years that if he were to come out as trans I would love them as a best friend, but wouldn’t be able to sustain a relationship with them - he now is very pissed off with me and said thats a major red flag - am I crazy?
Is three a crowd if it's you, your boyfriend, and his sister/your best friend?
You should learn to not let your feelings be controlled by these pushy people, and to learn to say "no" with confidence, advises psychiatrist Mark Banschick in his Psychology Today article "Adult Bullies." Lauri Revilla has been writing articles on mental health, wellness, relationships and lifestyle for more than six years.
If she seems resentful, it may be because she doesn't spend as much time with her sibling as she used to.
She might feel she has been supplanted in some sense by you.
It is important to identify what kind of relationship you have with her to adequately manage the impact it has on your family.
If you're one of the lucky ones who enjoys a good relationship with your sister-in-law, you will find that there are many benefits of having her on your side." The insecurities and resentments that she felt toward your spouse during childhood can keep her from being able to develop a healthy relationship with your family.