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Thursday, March 30, 2023


My father remarried when I was 19 and my new stepmom has a daughter who is the same age as me.


We had a lot in common and over the years we became great friends. I had always had a bit of a crush on her, but I was too scared to do anything about it.

Then, one night, we were out at a bar together and things got a bit out of hand. We ended up kissing and it felt like I had been hit by a truck. I realized at that moment that I was in love with my step-sister.

Since then, I’ve been trying to figure out what to do. I know that this isn’t the kind of thing that I can just keep to myself. I need to tell my parents, but I’m terrified at the thought of doing so. I don’t want to hurt them, but I also don’t want to keep this a secret from them.

It’s been weighing on me for months and I’m starting to feel like I need to do something about it.


The first thing I did was talk to my step-sister about it. We have a good relationship and I was able to open up to her about my feelings. She was understanding and supportive, but she also made it clear that she wasn’t ready to tell our parents yet.

She said that she wanted to wait until the time was right and that she wanted to make sure that we had a plan in place before we said anything.

This was a relief, but it also left me feeling even more confused. I wasn’t sure what the right plan was, or when the right time would be. I didn’t know how to approach my parents and I wasn’t sure how they would react. I was scared that they would be angry and disappointed, or that they would try to break us up. I was also worried that I would ruin our relationship with them and that it would be impossible to repair.

My step-sister suggested that I talk to my dad first. She said that he might be more understanding than my step-mom. I decided to take her advice and I asked him to meet me for coffee one afternoon. When I told him the truth, he was surprisingly calm and understanding. He said that he wasn’t happy about it, but he wanted us to be honest and open with him. He said that he would talk to my step-mom and that they would figure out the best way to handle it.

I was relieved that my dad was so understanding, but I was still nervous about talking to my step-mom. I was scared that she wouldn’t be as accepting and that she would be angry. However, when I finally told her, she was surprisingly supportive.


She said that she had noticed the connection between us and that she was happy that we were being honest with her. She said that she would talk to my dad and that they would figure out the best way to handle it.

She also stated that there is nothing wrong as the two of us does not have any blood-ties.

In the end, my parents were surprisingly understanding and supportive. They said that they didn’t agree with our relationship, but that they wanted us to be honest with them and that they would try to be supportive. They also said that they would do their best to help us figure out how to move forward.

My relationship with my step-sister has grown even stronger since then. We are still in love and although it hasn’t been easy, we are doing our best to make it work. I’m lucky to have such understanding parents and I’m grateful that I had the courage to tell them the truth.

The transition from “gor-gor” to “lao-gong” was not easy for her.

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