My sister is dating my ex husband

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And even if he weren’t your husband, going to lunch once a week with a married male colleague is not a big deal.So this is weird and out of line on a couple of different fronts.But whether or not it’s worth revisiting with her …

And even if he weren’t your husband, going to lunch once a week with a married male colleague is not a big deal.So this is weird and out of line on a couple of different fronts.But whether or not it’s worth revisiting with her …

Clearly, your boyfriend’s sister is always going to be part of his life; his relationship and behavior with her isn’t going to change overnight — if at all — and if seeing them together or even imagining in your worst fears how your boyfriend feels about her makes you insecure about yourself and in your relationship with him, then having a professional at hand who can guide you through processing some of these emotions is definitely for the best.

And eating disorders, like any psychological issues, aren’t something that ever fully go away.

Unfortunately, if you plan to move in with your boyfriend and perhaps even marry him one day, his sister is obviously going to be a permanent fixture in your life.

And if her presence, in addition to making you uncomfortable and jealous, puts you at risk for reigniting a dormant eating disorder, this may just be a situation in which you need to MOA.

A few weeks ago, I got to meet his sister, who is two years younger than us and the person he’s closest to in his family. Not only did they hug each other tightly for almost a full five minutes when we met her at the airport, but he constantly had his arm around her or was holding her hand (and sometimes mine, simultaneously).

The “pet name” that he calls me turned out to be a variation on his nickname for her.

He may have been trying to compliment me, since I myself am fairly thin, but I can’t help but feel like his sister has something to do with it.

Do you think I am just being paranoid and jealous about the way he treats and looks at his sister, or do you think there’s something strange like I do? It’s not like you can demand he stop pawing at his sister like she’s the first woman he’s ever seen.

Being weirded out is one thing (and a MAJOR red flag at that); screwing with your emotional and physical health is something else entirely, and not something I would risk doing for a six month relationship with a guy who has, at best, an uncomfortably close relationship with his sister.

Finally, if your self-image is so fragile that you would so easily be tempted to quit eating, you could probably use a visit to a therapist.

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