Dating your friend sister
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Today it's all about walking the line between being the cool guy and the pushy jerk. Hey Doc, I've been a fan of your friendly but stern advice since I first read your column but to be honest I never dreamed I'd write in.
There's an interesting quirk of the human psyche known as the Exposure Effect.
The more times we're exposed to something, the more familiar it becomes and the more we like it.
Again, I'd say that a head's up isn't necessarily warranted unless and until things are starting to get serious; if you two just go on a date or two before realising that it's not really going to work out, then you've invited a lot of excess drama for no reason.
Thanks for reading, Average Crate Box Believe it or not, this is actually a common occurrence, ACB.While I can see the different points of view, I'm of the opinion that people don't get veto power over other people's relationships.His sister is her own person with her own interests and desires; telling her that his feelings outrank hers is a shitty thing to do. Now, all that being said, you talk to him, at least to give him a heads up.This is why marketers hypersaturate the airwaves with specific commercials and why that annoying song you hear on the radio all the time starts to become a guilty pleasure that you kinda dig.And it's why when you get to know somebody and spend time with them, they become much more attractive to you.