Is my husband ‘sleeping’ with his sister? – Woman asks social media users for advise
A very disturbed married woman who wants to be anonymous is seeking advice from followers of David Papa Bondze-Mbir to ascertain if her husband is ‘sleeping’ with his sister.
The woman who has been married to her husband for 3 years explained that she’s becoming extremely worried due to the closeness of her husband and her sister-in-law because they all stay in the same house.
On two occasions, she has met her husband and his sister in the kitchen, (husband in his boxers, with a hard-on, and his sister, in a see-through, very short nightie, pretending to be drinking alcohol.
“I feel they talk behind my back. I think they are having a relationship of a sort. I have no proof to this, but Dave, I sense they are an item, have been an item, long before I got to know his sister”, she added.
Read her full message below:
Something is bothering me too. I met my husband through his sister. We were mates at the University. It’s just the Two (2) of them and their grand-mother. We all live in the same house, (a Four (4) bedroom house, and two outer houses. His sister and their grand-mother live in the outer house. I don’t have any issue with them staying with us. I married to join them in the house, actually. So in actual terms, I am the ‘stranger’ in their home. We’ve been married for the past Three (3) years.
Dave, my husband and his sister are too close. Too close for my liking. The kinds of things they talk about. When we fight, until his sister asks him to let things go, he will hold a grudge against me for no reason. I usually am the last person to go to bed, so I lock up. I wake up sometimes, at dawn, and Dave, the main door would be opened, and my husband wouldn’t be in bed.
On two occasions, I’ve met my husband and his sister in the kitchen, (husband in his boxers, with a hard-on, and his sister, in a see-through, very short nightie, pretending to be drinking alcohol. They speak (… language withheld …), and I don’t understand nor speak it. A lot of the time, I sense them making fun of me. I feel they talk behind my back. I think they are having a relationship of a sort. I have no proof to this, but Dave, I sense they are an item, have been an item, long before I got to know his sister.
My intuition tells me, my husband married me simply because he knows he couldn’t marry his own sister. So he married me, to keep his true love by his side. I have tried many times, since our University days, to hook his sister up with many of my male friends. She always found a reason to push all these guys away. When she introduced me to her brother, I suggested to him we hooked his sister up with decent men, he was totally against it.
When we married, I tried setting her up on a blind date, my husband insulted me for the first time, just because his sister told him about my arrangement. She cooks for him, she tells him which shirts to put on. He prefers her food, he prefers she washes his things, because according to him, she knows how to wash them well.
Their grand-mother and I are very close, and she accidentally mentioned, once, of them not being blood siblings. According to her, his sister’s parents were close friends with my husband’s late parents. Her parents were involved in a car accident decades ago, and she joined their family when she was Six (6) years old. My husband’s parents took care of her through school and all.
Maybe I am reading unnecessary meanings into things, but Dave, tell me what you would have done differently – if you were in my shoes. My husband once told me, he married me because his sister approved of me, and that, she suggested he married me.
I love my husband, and I don’t want to lose my mind over nothing.”
David Papa Bondze-Mbir
Something is bothering me too. I met my husband through his sister. We were mates at the University. It’s just the Two (2) of them and their grand-mother. We all live in the same