I spend time with my best friend’s baby sister and she is sexy and beautiful and I am sexually attracted to her and I really want to have sex with her and I’ve always been attracted to her in some way but I’ve always told myself she’s not my type.
I was talking to her the other night and for some reason that changed. I think it’s because I got the vibe she was attracted to me and my best friend doesn’t like I like his baby sister and me and her flirt each other in front of him and I was talking to her the other night and for some reason that changed and when I really focused on it I realised she had a lot of qualities I like.
I think the problem I have is that I’ve pushed away or scared off the girls that have showed an interest in me. I worry that if I pursue my attraction and it goes bad it’ll damage my relationship with my best friend. I think some part of me isn’t done figuring out what I want from a relationship. I don’t want to hurt anyone and I don’t want to lose friends but I don’t want to pass up an opportunity at real happiness.
Sometimes I fear I can’t trust myself though. I worry sometimes that I want something so much that I see things that aren’t there. Maybe she really isn’t my type and this is merely a momentary laps in judgment which would lead to a disaster if pursued. I’m thinking I’ll invite her out to lunch some time and take it really slow trying being ‘just friends’ for a while and get to know here better and try not to flirt too much and what should you think I do with her and should risk my friendship with her brother and what do you think I do?
Min Min says:
April 7, 2011 at 7:21 am
Your friend doesn’t like that you and his sister flirt each other, so if you care about your friendship with your best friend, you should talk to him to know what he thinks. If he doesn’t like that you date with his sister, perhaps not even like that you ask her out, then your friendship is already challenged. If he’s OK with your asking her out and your possible dating her in the future, then your taking it slow is right.