Do not discuss your relationship with one, with the other.8.Remember the relationship: This fits along with the previous tip.
Here are ten tips to avoid issues when you’re dating your friend’s sister:1.
Don’t take sides: If there’s a disagreement between your friend and his sister, do not take sides.
There’s that level of new-ness where you’re comfortable because you know the person, but now you’re relationship is treading on more exciting ground. It’s the middle and the end that you need to worry about. However, make sure that you’re OK with that fact that once you decide to change that relationship to something more serious, it’s rare that you can ever go back to being just friends.
Keep your friendship intact by following these guidelines to dating your friend's sister.
He has the ear of your girl, and he could do irreparable harm to your relationship with her, if he was inclined to do so.5.
Gain inside knowledge: Use your relationship with your friend to gather some insight into what his sister likes and doesn’t like.
Be careful about what you say about the sibling in front of your friend or your girl.
Always remember that, in their eyes, you’re talking about their brother/sister, not ‘your friend’ or ‘your girl’.9.
Don’t get me wrong, they are wonderful (there’s a reason we keep each other around, after all, right? They possess many, if not all, of what I’m looking for in a match.
Crap.) Part of their motivation revolved around the fact that Timothy and Jessica had both recently found themselves single and, coincidentally, with the opposite relationship problems; her falling too hard and too fast, him, hopping from relationship to relationship, dodging commitment. Meaning that when women and men meet, they inevitably put each other in ‘folders’ or categories. The difference, I’ve seen (and experienced, actually), is that women can change their minds pretty easily.
You’ve done the random hookups, the dance floor makeouts and maybe even the one night stands.