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Tempted by handsome brother-in-law.

Byline: coleen

Dear Coleen, I HAD a boyfriend back in 2009 and I loved him loads. He is one of those guys who is tall and good looking and gets lots of attention from girls.

However, we broke up and then he left to live in another city and married a girl he didn't even like. That same year, I married his brother, who I really love and we have a four-year-old child.

The thing is, every time his brother comes to visit us, he is always looking at me and acting nervous. He'll look me in the eye, look away and back again.

I still like him and I kind of want to have a little something with him but I would never betray my husband.

What should be done? Coleen says..

NOTHING. If you don't want to betray your husband then ignore his brother's flirting. It sounds like your ex married on the rebound but that's his problem to deal with.

Betraying your hubby with a stranger would be bad enough but if you sleep with his brother you'll never come back from it and it will destroy many relationships you have with his family.

You say you love your husband, so why would you want to go there? My guess is that your ex is flirting because he wants to know you still fancy him for his own ego. He wants to know you still want him more than his brother - what kind of man thinks like that and why would you want to go anywhere near him?

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Title Annotation:Features; Opinion Column
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Aug 26, 2014
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