I’m 25 and I have known Mum’s friend for most of my life, but I never really gave her a second thought.
To me she was just Mum’s friend. She’s 48 and has two sons a bit younger than me.
She came round to our house one day in a right state. She’d had a bust-up with her boyfriend and was really upset.
Mum was in town getting her hair done, so I invited her in for a cup of tea and a chat. She really opened up to me and told me that her and her guy weren’t getting on very well.
I was feeling really sorry for her and I kind of saw her in a different light. She is really attractive and has looked after herself.
She’s got a great body and lovely blonde hair.
I put my arm around her to comfort her and the next thing I know I’m leaning in for a kiss.
She responded straight away and we kept kissing.
She started unbuttoning my shirt and jeans and we ended up having sex on my mother’s sofa.
It was amazing, the best I’d had in a while. I’ve been going through a bit of a sex drought.
Afterwards, we quickly got dressed and agreed that it shouldn’t happen again. She left saying she was too embarrassed to see my mum that day.
I was out clubbing a week later and I bumped into my mum’s friend at the bar.
She looked very sexy in a short skirt and tight top.
I bought her a drink and we danced for a while. I whispered to her and suggested we go outside for some fresh air.
We found a dark, quiet part of the car park and ended up having sex again.
It was even better than the last time. Now I feel that I want to see her again.
Are we both in the wrong?
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DEIDRE SAYS: I can’t see a realistic future for you both.
For her, it’s just risky, no-strings sex – and an escape from her problems with her partner. For you it’s welcome sex – you haven’t got a girlfriend or had many opportunities recently.
But just stop and think about the reality of what would happen if you got found out or declared your love for one another.
She’d lose her man, lose your mum as a friend and your families would be devastated.
You are both adults and have to think about this realistically.
If you genuinely think this is the woman for you and you have a future, then nothing will stop you. But ask yourself how you’d feel if one of her sons was sleeping with your mum.
Best wish her well and focus on building a social life with friends your own age.
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