My sister thankfully skipped her sloppy seconds toast at the wedding." —14. I don't know how they feel, because we haven't spoken since they called to tell me they were dating my ex. I've tried to reach out and let them know I'm not upset about it, but I get no response. At first I was in shock, as she had been my sister-in-law. There’s a problem, however: She’s never told her parents about us.However, she adored my family, so she continued to hang around with them — parents, brothers, etc.
But that pain and discomfort is on an entirely different level when your ex moves on — with your sibling.
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. "I was engaged to a guy for four years that ended because of his inability to keep his little wang in his britches when he left the house.
Your late wife’s parents must live with a different kind of pain.
Of course they want their living daughter to happily marry.