Dating ex sister in law
So what are the cultural norms regarding this practice of marrying sister-in-laws? In many African cultures, it is expected that the younger sister "replace" her deceased older sister in the event of her untimely death.
Britain actually outlawed marrying of deceased wife's sisters back in 1835 (the Anglican Church considered the practice to be incestuous since when you marry, you become of one flesh, so your spouse's sister becomes your own sister as well). In some parts of the world, it is simply a practical issue.
Contributing to this family's dysfunction are the dark secrets from the past involving the circumstances in which the children's aunt became their step-mother.
I don't want to give away too much of the movie (I recommend you watch it) but it did spur the debate whether it is ever appropriate for a man to marry his deceased wife's sister.
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I’m not trying to be funny by saying this, but often times, if you can’t stand your in-laws, your divorce suddenly has a plus side. You never, ever have to go out for lunch or brunch or dinner with them ever again!
But, what happens if you actually like your soon-to-be ex’s family and friends, and they basically tell you to lose their number?
On the one hand, it would seem to be a bad idea given that the new relationship will bring into question the man's and sister-in-law's feelings for each other while the wife was alive.
On the other hand, it could be argued that it would be a good thing given that the aunt probably has a relationship with the children (if there are children) that can more naturally transform into a maternal one (compared to a step-mother who starts out as a complete stranger to the children).