Just ask these Redditors, who revealed what it's like to have an ex for a brother- or sister-in-law.
From surprisingly chill outcomes to palpable tension at family events, here are some of the most noteworthy responses.1.
There are several benefits to being with a guy who calls another woman (or women) sis.
Before continuing with this article, please review the preamble included at the beginning of part 1 of this series, "Biblical Dating: How It's Different From Modern Dating." * * * PART 2: Men Initiate, Women Respond » One of the big questions hovering around the topic of courtship and dating is the role of friendship.
How intimate of a friendship with someone of the opposite sex is OK? Won't the friendship be ruined if one of us expresses romantic interest and the other doesn't respond favorably?
So is the trend toward intimate friendships between single men and women a good thing? If you haven't read my previous articles on biblical dating, you'll be helped in thinking through this issue by reading "Biblical Dating: How It's Different From Modern Dating." Based on some of the principles found there, let me offer a couple of practical reasons why I believe such friendships to be generally unwise, and then I'll suggest a positive role for friendship among singles in the Christian community.
In this series of articles, I've raised several biblical principles regarding the way we should treat our brothers and sisters in Christ.
If we were men, we would want to be friends with them.
We were raised by the same parents, cut from the same cloth, bred from the same womb and belong to the same gene pool.
As an only child, I never really thought about the importance of siblings.
Now, I realize that before him, I'd never even dated any guys with sisters.
Our brothers are the male counterparts in us, the ones who also have to approve and like him.