Dear Dr Victoria…My brother is marrying my ex girlfriend next month and I’m supposed to be his best man. You could declare your undying love for her, but it sounds like she has already made her choice and your brother would never forgive you. Like you say, your family would never talk to you again.
The problem is that I’m still in love with her and know that I’ll just fall to pieces in the church. Refusing to go to the wedding would look a bit like a child having a tantrum when he can’t get his own way.
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Our potential (now pledge) gets along with everyone else, but this situation sparked this huge debate.
Recently we had a 4 hour meeting discussion outcomes. I have read a copy of The Fraternity Leader, yet I am puzzled by this event. Remember your objective during fraternity recruitment. You are looking for high potential guys who will help grow your chapter.
It all started back in California during my college years.
I was a sophomore dating a senior who thought he was the best thing to ever happen to a woman.
It is pretty bush league for him to go back on his word a few days later, and equally bush for the fraternity to want to pull back the bid. And it needs to be a man to man talk – not a brother to new member one…
One question I have is if the two guys have talked it about the issue. If the two guys aren’t quite mature enough to handle the conversation alone, have the president be the 3 person involved.
He felt relationships were only about what a man wanted or needed and treated me more like an object than a person.
We may have cared about each other, but we fought constantly.
It sounds like the president talked to the brother about the situation as a courtesy.