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. She invited me to a few social events when she arrived and soon we became physically intimate.In the weeks after Mr Murrell's death, Mrs Murrell became increasingly close to her husband's brother Chris.Initially, Mrs Murrell claimed the relationship between herself and her brother-in-law was fake, simply to provide stability and support for her three children.I mean, she's pretty hot and seems like a nice person though I don't know her too well, only met her a few times and I have her on Facebook and Instagram.She lives a couple hours out of town in the same city my brother and SIL live in.
Are we right for believing that we shouldn't justify ourselves to her family and those who view our relationship as suspect or immoral?If your sister begins dating a member of the same family you are, do everything in your power to end it, and avoid the struggles. How are they supposed to remain loyal, and supportive to you while still going on vacations and dinners with the family? You’ll have to sneak around the house searching for what your sister got her boyfriend’s parents for Christmas so you don’t look cheap in comparison.The entire point of having a sister or brother is that if (when) you break up with your partner, THEY BREAK UP WITH THEM TOO. Good luck to you if your sibling goes to church with your partner’s family before you do.Mr Murrell, 36, had been working extra hours to earn money to pay for an anniversary trip to Prague.However, he died in May while sleeping on the sofa at the family's home in Wellington, Somerset.