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    So, a little back story - About a year ago, I held a birthday party for my self, obviously my family came along, but so did some of my closest friends. About a day or two later, one of my friends messaged my sister behind my back - which I wasn't too pleased about, but left it. They then started seeing each other privately for a couple of months before making it 'official'. We don't really see or talk to each other any more now, which kind of makes it worse?!
    Anyway, I'm not too sure how I feel about this all, it's been going on for almost a year, an I feel as though I really hate the guy but nothing I say will do anything....What do you guys all think??
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    It's one of those things you don't really do in terms of social rules but there's nothing wrong with it realistically. You just need to get use to it. If you are one day best friends with with sister's hubby then that would be great? Amiright?
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    You need to back off and let your sister make her own decisions, you can't control what she does
 
 
 
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