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brother and sister relationships in Poland


master 17 | 22
16 Apr 2010 #1
i feel stuck in the middle she runs after him all the time treats him like a king what he says she does
Lenka 3 | 2,564
16 Apr 2010 #2
Did you tried talk to her about that?
My brothers are 17 and 21 years older than me and even I'm an adult I still let them get bossy.I know it's weird but that's how it is.Family is important so be careful and don't mess things up.
OP master 17 | 22
17 Apr 2010 #3
it just very hard for me to understand am English and we live together
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Apr 2010 #4
could you tell us some more about their relation?
Mr Grunwald 30 | 2,004
17 Apr 2010 #5
i feel stuck in the middle she runs after him all the time treats him like a king what he says she does

Mine treats me like if she was my own mother :o
"Wear this not that, oh god you got to be kidding me!? DON'T YOU DEAR WEAR THAT!!"
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Apr 2010 #6
"Wear this not that, oh god you got to be kidding me!? DON'T YOU DEAR WEAR THAT!!"

she also thinks that wearing sox and sandals together is a bad idea...?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Apr 2010 #8
i hope you understand, she wants the best for you...
;)
Mr Grunwald 30 | 2,004
17 Apr 2010 #9
I know, but my German genes wants it sooo badly :p
BevK 11 | 248
17 Apr 2010 #10
yeah, = unsexy she says

I'm sorry but she's right - and don't forget to trim your toenails!!

To the OP (sorry mate but I am not calling you master, lol) family relations in Polish society are a little hard to grasp if you are English. I had it from both sides, my mother is so "Well if you are happy I am happy" Yorkshire pragmatist and my dad drove me crazy in all the ways which are familiar to many of us (like trying to make me wear a coat and scarf in June... and asking when I was getting married the day after my 16th birthday).

If you are serious about her then you have to put your jealousy and insecurity aside (harsh maybe, but true). Her brother was a formative part of her life before she met you and he is part of what made her so if you love her then you have to love that part of her too.

Bottom line is that family is irreplaceable, you can only add to it. GL! :)

<edit> OK I got curious and looked at the thread history for the OP. Lemme guess. She is stunningly beautiful and a princess yes?

Looks aren't everything if the personality doesn't match. I think the answer really still lies in the insecurity - well, given the history here I think I agree with the other posters on that thread. The real question is, then, why are you posting here instead of putting some firm boundaries in place and then ending it if she tramples on them and shows she doesn't respect you?

Either that or you aren't demonstrative enough. Polish guys quite often show their affection for all the world to see... you really need to TALK to her and sort it out once and for all.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Apr 2010 #11
when are you getting married BevK????
;)
BevK 11 | 248
17 Apr 2010 #12
I'm broad minded pgtx but I don't think I want a civil partnership with his Polish girlfriend!

(Plus the Yorkshire half of me always ruled my relationship with my brother. He ain't no boss of me!)
pgtx 30 | 3,156
17 Apr 2010 #13
I don't think I want a civil partnership with his Polish girlfriend!

why not...? ;)

ok.... i'll better let it go... :)
BevK 11 | 248
17 Apr 2010 #14
I don't think she'd want it either, I am tight fisted!


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