Dear Youth Ambassadors,

All of my big brothers, except one, are unfaithful to their girlfriends. They have me lie to their girlfriends about it, because they trust me. I don’t want to do it, but they are my brothers, and I love them. I know how it feels for your boyfriend to lie to you, especially through his little sister. It hurts. I honestly don’t want to lie to these girls anymore. What should I do?

Sincerely,
Cheating Brothers

Dear Cheating Brothers,

I understand those are your brothers, and you love them, but they need to do their dirt alone. Putting you in the middle isn’t fair to you, nor the girls. Just tell your brothers how you feel, and if they really love their little sister, they’ll understand. Just speak up. You shouldn’t do anything you don’t want to do. And remember, closed mouths don’t get fed, so if you don’t say anything you’ll continue to be in the middle.

Sincerely,
I Have Brothers Too

Dear Cheating Brothers,

You have to be strong enough to tell your brothers that they’re wrong. Yes, “family comes first.” But think, if you had a boyfriend, you wouldn’t want his sisters lying to you. Treat others how you want to be treated. If you are just straightforward and honest, your brothers will respect your wishes and understand them as well.

Sincerely,
Wishing You Luck

Dear Cheating Brothers,

You should start blackmailing your brothers. If they decide to be unfaithful to their girlfriends, they have to tell them, or you will. Then ask your brothers how would they feel if a dude had you crying and feeling worthless – in love with a no good piece of work? They’d be ready to kill him right? So if they wouldn’t want their little sister to get hurt, they should treat their girlfriend better, because she is someone’s daughter, sister, aunt, best friend, maybe even mother. They can’t cheat on women and lie to them but expect prince charming to come for their sister. Karma doesn’t work that way, and you’re gonna be the one paying for it. Better yet, ask them how would it feel to get lied to and cheated on by someone they were in love with. What if they end up having daughters going through it? Loyalty is everything, true enough, but be a loyal enough little sister to call your brothers out when they are doing wrong and make them do right. Don’t allow that, and if they don’t like it, tell them leave you out of it. It’s their problem.

Sincerely,
A Friend