Why do sisters mostly get along with their sisters' husbands and will be glad to see their sisters happy with their husbands but same sisters mostly trouble their brothers' wives and jealous of them?
The generalization implied in this question is over broad. While some sisters may be jealous of their brothers' wives others are not and get along with them very well. People get jealous for many reasons.
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Your sister-in-law's husband could be your brother. However if your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, then her husband is not related to you, although he is your spouse's brother-in-law.
Dump him! He has no respect for women and no respect for you. Believe it or not, you will get his attention when you have enough guts to have respect yourself.. Don't tolerate that. If it's obvious he likes your sister, then there's more to what he is capable of doing.. Define 'likes.' Has he made… passes? Or is it just flirting? I flirt with my wife's friends, but that's as far as it would ever go, and all of us (me, my wife, and her friends) know it. Or are your reading too much into it? Being too quick to 'dump him' can make burn some bridges before they are damaged. ( Full Answer )
that would be the persons brother-in laws-cousin which would be too frickin far to have any sort of real name!!!!!!
I have looked up the definition in several online dictionaries & I think the answer is yes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sister_in_law http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Sister-in-law http://dictionary.cambridge.org/define.asp?key=73956&dict=CALD http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionar…y/sister-in-law My own Father in law thinks it can only be the wife of your brother, or the sister of your husband but these references disagree, so I call my husband's brother's wife my sister in law. Hope that helps ( Full Answer )
There is no name for such a person, because there is no relation. Example. Bob and Susie are brother/sister. Susie marries Tom. Bob and Tom are Brother's in law. Bob has NO relation to anyone else in Tom's family. Susie does however.
I think you should step in because you mad a marital commitment that even if the vowels don't say it you guys share your families. You should speak to his sister in a respectful and mature way (because your an adult) and say ask each other why don't we get along? Is it because of this... or that...?… You understand. You doing that will make your husband see that you care so much for him that you will even get along with his sister which you don't like a lot. Its all about toleration and consideration I know some people can be a nag but if you have any siblings wont you like your husband to get along with them? ( Full Answer )
The husband of your wife's sister is your wife's brother-in-law, but is not considered to be related to you.
Your brother would call your husbands sister by her first name. Or, "my (sibling's) sister in law.
If your sister-in-law is your spouse's sister, her husband is your spouse's brother-in-law but is not related to you. You might call him "my wife's [or husband's] brother-in-law." If your sister-in-law is the wife of your brother, her husband is your brother.
Your sisters husband would be your Brother-In-Law, depending on whether you are a male or female, you would be his brother-in-law or sister-in-law. What he calls you well, that depends on your name and how much he likes you. I have a brother-in-law named Jerry, what I call him I can't say on here be…cause well, this is a family sight. :) ( Full Answer )
You have made the fatal error of stating that your sister's husband is cheating with you. You are both cheating and you should be ashamed of yourself for doing this to your own sister. All you had to do was open your mouth and say 'no!' There is nothing worse you can do to your sister than have an… affair with her husband. Stop now! If not, you will break your sister's heart and she will never trust you again. Trust is earned! Sisters should be forever and no man should ever come between that sibling relationship. ( Full Answer )
Yes, I suppose that they would be sister-in-laws. Because your sister is your husband's sister-in-law, and the other sister is his sibling, then I suppose they would be sister-in-laws.
No. Your brother-in-law is only your sister's husband or your wife's brother. Your sister-in-law's husband is not related to you.
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The relative of someone who is married into your family is never of any relation to you. So you sister's husband's cousin is not related to you in any way. Which, of course, is not to say that they can't feellike family.
Your sister-in-law is either the wife of your brother or the sister of your spouse. If she is the wife of your brother, then her husband is your brother. If she is the sister of your spouse, then her husband is not related to you. If you need a phrase to use when talking about him, "sister-in-law'…s husband" is the best you can get. ( Full Answer )
Your sister-in-law is either the sister of your spouse or the wife of your brother. If your sister-in-law is the wife of your brother, then her husband is your brother, not your brother-in-law. If your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse, then her husband is not related to you . In either… case her husband is your children's uncle. ( Full Answer )
answer Yes. Your sister needs you. answer They should, but sometimes that is simply not possible.
Let's see if we can unravel this. Your sister's husband's father's brother is your sister's husband's uncle. The uncle's daughter is your sister's husband's cousin. There is no relationship to your sister, unless your sister wants to call her a cousin-in-law. To break it down to its simplest terms: …She is your brother-in-law's cousin and no relationship to you. ( Full Answer )
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Of course you could. But you're implying to incest and this is definitely not incest.
Yes, the only reason he would no longer be your brother in law is if he had divorced your sister before she died.
You are the aunt for those children. They are your nieces (girls) and nephews (boys).
No, he is simply your sister in law's husband. He has no relationship with you. The reason she is called your sister-in-law and is because it is expected for a husband and wife to have children, and those children will join your family tree as they have some ancestors who are also your ancestors. Yo…ur sister-in-law's husband will never have ancestors that are also your ancestors. ( Full Answer )
Don't just blame your husband, but the real blow is your sister allowed this to happen. She could have formed the word 'no!' They are both wrong and have hurt you and they have both lost that precious bond of trust you had with each of them. Humans are not perfect and make mistakes, but if one or th…e both of them feel no remorse it is time for you to get them out of your life. If your husband does show some remorse then you might think of getting a separation (not a divorce) and let him know how it feels to deal with things on his own and perhaps this will give him more time to think of how he has hurt you and how much he really does miss you. This is also going to cause a lot of hurt for the whole family and your husband and sister will be the losers. You deserve better so calm down; think about what your next step will be and do it. If you stay under these conditions then you are an enabler to both your husband and sister and you will lose your own self respect. If your husband wants to come back do not take him back unless he is willing to go to a marriage counselor with you and participate. ( Full Answer )
You would call them your brother or sister inlaw as they are your wife/husbands sibling.
Your mother's sister's husband's sister is your aunt's sister-in-law, but is not related to you. Here's why: Your mother's sister is your aunt. The sister of a woman's husband would be her sister-in-law. In this case the woman is your aunt. So your mother's sister's husband's sister would… be your aunt's sister-in-law. ( Full Answer )
There are two ways you can have a sister-in-law. . Your sister-in-law is the wife of your brother. In that case, her husband is related to you. He is your brother. . Your sister-in-law is the sister of your spouse. In that case, her husband is your spouse's brother-in-law but is not re…lated to you. ( Full Answer )
Your husband's cousin's sister is also your husband's cousin. You are not related to your husband's cousin.
Your sister-in-law's husband is never your brother-in-law. He can be your brother, when your sister-in-law has that relationship to you because she is married to your brother. You could also have a sister-in-law who is the sister of your spouse. But then her husband is not related to you.
Your brother? LOL. it makes sense right. because you have to have a brother to have a sister in law. so technically your sister in law's husband is called your brother.
I (being a girl) don't believe that brothers are superior to sisters, and tend to state that out loud. I was raised being informed that we are equals and should be treated that way. Also, SERIOUSLY Walmart! We derserve fair pay! Go women! RAH RAH, SIS BOOM BAH!
This question presumes that most sisters are jealous of their brothers. That is not a correct assumption, so the question is a useless one. Some sisters are jealous and some are not and there is no way to know that one group or the other is "most sisters." This is a matter of individual personality.… ( Full Answer )
id go and slap her across the face and let a stream of words come out of my mouth!!!! you show her girl!!!!! This is not a very nice position to be in. You would be feeling very betrayed by both of these people and usually being cheated on gives you a feeling of being a fool. How you deal with it i…s a very individual thing. Some women feel they will never be able to live with it and the relationships are over, while others will try to work through the problems that have arisen from this situation. I guess the first thing to do is get yourself into a somewhat calm state before confronting them. Confronting them individually would probably be the best way to go. Only you know whether you feel you can, or even want to, amend these relationships. Perhaps some counselling will help you sort everything out in your own mind before deciding on a course of long term action. Most of all try to remember that despite what you are feeling, you are not a fool. Your husband made vows to you and you should have been able to trust him. You should also have been able to trust that your sister will have your best interests at heart. The fact that these two people broke that trust is not your fault. ( Full Answer )
Why are sisters jealous and insecure of their brother's wife but the same sisters are not jealous of their sister's husband?
This question makes unfounded assumptions about sisters' jealousies in connection with in-laws. Some sisters are jealous of their brother's wives, but some are not. Some sisters are not jealous of their sister's husbands, bot other are. It is misleading and incorrect to presume that all sisters are …jealous of their brother's wife, etc. ( Full Answer )
Brother in law is commonly used. However, he really is no relation and should officially be introduced as your sister-in-law's husband.
Technically you aren't related to your mother's sister's husband, but the "relation" would be that he is your uncle.
Technically you are not related by blood at all. There is no common ancestor. They are your uncle and addressed as such.
Why in general most sisters feel insecure in front their brothers' wives but don't feel the same in front of their sisters' husbands?
The generalization implied in this question is not valid. Some women may feel insecure, etc., but there is no support for the assertion that most do. Some women feel insecure around other women, as if it were a contest to be the prettiest, or smartest, or whatever else they value. It doesn't ap…ply to men in the same way, so sisters husbands aren't seen as threatening. ( Full Answer )
I'd use their name. There is no official name for it. You do not share a common ancestor, so you are not related.
Both Janelle and Robyn have ex-husbands. We know that Janelle was previously married to Meri's brother for a short time, and that Robyn's three kids come from a previous marriage, but we do not know the names of Robyn or Janelle's ex-husbands.
Nothing. Pack up and move on. It's hard to come to terms with, but once you get started on a new life you will be happy. They obviously don't care about you, so you have no moral obligation to care for them.
your mom's sister's husband is her brother in law so that will makehim your uncle
Christine has expressed that she feels Kody spends more time with Robyn and that this makes her jealous. The other wives have said that they aren't really jealous of her and they feel that the arrangements are as equal as possible. Kody explained that he actually prefers larger women and so Robyn is… at a disadvantage when it comes to her slim figure. The wives have said that they aren't jealous of her figure. ( Full Answer )
Why don't a majority of the wives and their husbands' sisters get along and are mostly at loggerheads?
It is simply not true that a majority of the wives and their husbands' sisters don't get along and are mostly at loggerheads. Some women are like that whether they are sister-in-law or not. It has more to do with personalities and culture.
Your relation to your dad's sister's husbnd would be uncle by marriage. Because your dad's sister is your aunt, therefore the person she marries is your uncle but because he isn't a bloodrelative he is an uncle by marriage.
No, Chris Perez, the husband of Selena, did not marry her sister after she died. Chris became very depressed after the death of his wife and didn't remarry until 2001. He divorced his second wife in 2008.
Your granddaughter's husband might be called your grandson-in-law, although the term is rarely used. His sister is your granddaughter's sister-in-law, but is not related to you.
Yes, you can marry your sister-in-law if she is no longer married to your brother, even if they had children.
How well Meric, Janelle, Christine and Robin Brown get along ismajor theme of their family reality television "Sister Wives."During Season 3 (first broadcast June 2014) the wives opened upabout their challenges getting along and how their differentpersonalities can make it very difficult to cope wit…h challengesthat come their way. They each have referenced their individualchoice to be in this marriage formation, and reliance on theirpersonal faith as they navigate rocky times in their relationshipwith Kody Brown and the other wives. ( Full Answer )