I’m sure you could make the argument for your personal happiness and you and Matt were destined to be together. Oh and that “connection” you felt when Matt kissed you on the check?
I’m not buying it and I doubt your sister will either.
Treat her well: If he hears news from her, or anyone else, that you have been anything, but a knight in shining armor, you could lose a friend and gain an enemy, very quickly. Watch what you say: This can be applied in several ways.Anything you say about your friend, may be carried back to him via his sister.A year later, I’m sure there’s a part of Susan that still cares for Matt; in fact, she may still be trying to get over him.You parading him around like you got the best toy from the Cracker Jack box is not going to be conducive to her healing.When it was time to leave, Matt gave me a kiss on the cheek and I felt a spark, a connection with him.
I know he did too because he told me he was going to call so we could get together.Always remember that, in their eyes, you’re talking about their brother/sister, not ‘your friend’ or ‘your girl’.9.Don’t break her heart: This is one of the biggest dangers that you risk in dating the sister of one of your friends. If she feels wounded or betrayed, her tears are not likely to go over to well with her brother.Ending your relationship with her could potentially end your relationship with your friend.Don’t neglect him: Be careful not to give the impression that you’re no longer interested in your friend, or don’t have time for him, once you start dating his sister.It is a no-win situation for you, should you voice any opinion at all.2. Don’t share stories about his sister with him, and don’t share stories about things your friend has done with his sister. Don’t double date: There may be some brothers and sisters who would be comfortable on a double date, but most would not be.