The first night they had reconnected was the same night I met his bil. But we will never known, unless both sides of the story are told. At first I thought he was upset because of what I said, but then he spoke and said that he's been in love with me since we were teenagers and watching me marry his brother was one of the hardest things he's had to go through. This is an old thread and not sure if anyone will see this but I'm in this exact situation but have no children. I want to bring it to light because my ex has moved on with another woman and I don't think he'd blow up over this.
I am sorry that you know what it is like to feel like an outsider regarding your husband's family. Let's say that your ex-husband was seeing your 'sister' and flirted and kissed your sister? Does your brother still consider himself to be your brother? If you love him and the feeling is returned from him then stand up together and be counted now. Just for background he left me after 15 years of marriage to be with another woman. They were close when they were very young and then were apart with no communication for about 14 years. He was always friendly to me, and I thought he was hilarious and was a little attracted to him.
Why would you shit so close to home? Maybe all of these people are trying to tell you something about the brother. Don't disregard any expert's advice or take any action as a result of what you read here. The moderators, administrators, and others involved in running this site are not professionals. When our daughter graduated from college two years ago, my ex-husband and his second wife refused to let me attend the big celebration dinner at a restaurant, even though I had flown 2,000 miles to be there. You should be giving her a lot of praise.
It's great to be moral, but it's so boring to be a saint. No, we both have children from our previous marriages. I don't know what to do because I have a different perspective than the guy I'm involved with. So, you can only imagine how this has built. You don't have to brag around about your relationship at the beginning, but if you two fall in love with each other and things get serious then his brother will eventually be happy for the two of you.
Lately, I cannot stop thinking about him like that now, like giving him a chance. It's great to be moral, but you can't be a saint. I worked in day care for 15 years. And to be a shining example to others on how to live morally. His parents and his brother both said that I deserved better and not sure what I saw in him and looking back, I don't either.
Is our brother right to demand that we end our relationship with his first wife? The Torah's ways are pleasant see mishlei. This sound like a story that would be on Jerry Springer. . You had choice of a dozen guys and you went for the guy who is your ex boyfriend's brother. At this age, relationships come and go and ebb and flow. The marriage thus the relationship has the same legal strength whether or not either, neither, or both parties are alive.
I don't want to hurt my sons, 18,19, and 20. Here is my situation: I was with my exhusband from the time I was 16 until I was 23. This is kind of a breach of moral code! Kids should be given age-appropriate chores from the age of 4,even if it's just picking up the toys. Is it morally wrong for us to start this dating life? If he doesn't like it, then that's fine, if you don't like it, so what? The realtionship between the brothers have been scarred for life. My ex, who was good friends with her as well,probably wouldn't be happy either, although our divorce was amicable and she's very, very happy in her new life. First, what location does your question pertain to laws and traditions vary in different countries? There are simply enough people in the world to avoid this one. My brother has not made any hints for money, thank goodness.
I feel so unheard and frustrated. We only have one life but if we live it properly, we only need one. Although in that case it could be maintained outside of family gatherings, unless one of the ex-wife's children are involved in which case the ex's need to work it out between themselves. We only have one life, should we spend it on stupid moral restrictions? I thought he was just in a funk with having to take a low paying job after losing his good paying one so I stuck it out, trying to support him mentally and financially. There are so many women in the world. His brother was always nice to me and we always got along and sometimes even through my marriage would think wow him and I have a lot in common and we get along so well, did I marry the wrong brother? Join Emuna in February for a very special trip.