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Should I dump my BF for his bro?


 
I've been dating my boyfriend who's 15 for five months. He has an older brother that's 17. Last month, his older brother has been sending me love texts. What should I do? 'Cause I kinda like him, but I like my boyfriend more. I need help...

 

Sometimes brothers can have a lot in common, but having feelings for you should not be one of them. If you really like your BF, then you gotta think about how this would make him feel if he knew that you were receiving romantic texts from his older brother.

 

Receiving flattering texts is enough to make any girl swoon, but at what cost? The best advice I can give you is to tell your BF’s older brother to knock it off with the texts. At the end of the day it’ll only get both you and him in trouble. And if you aren’t quite feeling the relationship with your BF anymore? That’s fine, but stay away from his bro. It’s a messy situation that you just don’t wanna find yourself in.

 

The most important thing is to be honest with yourself and your BF. It’ll pay off in the long run if you nip the texts in the bud now.

BY ALEXIS GAVRELIS ON 11/25/2012 11:00:00 AM

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