Woman Who Has Been Dating Her Boyfriend For Six Years Find Outs He’s Her Biological Brother



It’s so messed up when you hear a story about people that are actually related to each other accidentally embarking on a relationship through no fault of their own, but it’s also the  kind of story that everybody wants to read.

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One woman recently decided to share her experience on Reddit and be warned, it’s probably going to give you the ick:

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I just found out that I’ve been dating my biological brother for six years.

I am 30 and my brother is 32. I’m just going to call him my boyfriend for the majority of the time while I type this.

I feel weird about this. I was adopted as a baby but I didn’t know that I was adopted until I was in high school. I didn’t feel betrayed or care much. I love my parents and my parents love me. Who cares if they aren’t my real parents?

My boyfriend was also adopted and when we met it was one of the things we sort of bonded over. We both didn’t learn we were adopted until high school and we both were lucky and had good families. We weren’t passed around from foster home to foster home.

Our relationship was and still is great. We understood each other very fast. We were attracted to each other quickly. I’ve never met someone and felt immediate attraction and familiarity. Now I know that the comfort and familiarity is because he’s my brother. Not my half brother. He is my full brother.

We’ve done everything a couple that has been together for 6 years could do. We’ve said we love each other, we’ve had s**, we’ve celebrated anniversaries, we’ve met each other’s families. I’m just glad we both agreed early on that we don’t want to have kids so that has never happened. I don’t want to deal with the health risks and have to raise a child and them know that their parents are siblings.

I discovered it when we did the DNA test thing to see our ancestry and what exactly we are. I ordered two for us, we spit in the tube, and sent it out. It took like a month for the results to come back and I was excited to see what we were but before I could even get to that. I saw that we were siblings. I was SHOCKED to say the least. I only just found out this information and I haven’t told my boyfriend. I’m really hoping they made a mistake but things are kind of starting to make sense to me now.

We always get the “you guys look so alike” or “he’s the male version of you.” Long before this test we’ve always gotten compared. We always just laughed it off but I have spent the morning looking at pictures of us together and realizing that we really do look so alike. It’s freaking me out and I don’t know what I should do. I still love my boyfriend/brother and we have been together for 6 years. We have a house together and whole comfortable life. I’m hoping that this test is wrong and will do a real test soon but I’m panicking.

I still see him as the love of my life.

Geez I just felt grosser and grosser when I reached the section about the DNA tests. Proper prickly neck feeling.

Anyway, really feel sorry for this woman because that’s one hell of a disgusting situation to find yourself in. Have absolutely no clue what I would do if that ended up happening to me. Thoughts and prayers to both of them. Hope nobody manages to figure out who they are from the post.

For more of the same, check out this incredibly disconcerting and creepy interview with an inbred family. Definitely don’t want to end up like that.



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