I know it's wrong but I'm in love with my neice

DEAR DEIDRE: I’VE developed romantic feelings for my niece. I know it’s wrong, even though she is not a blood relative, but I can’t help it.

I’m 49 and she’s 27. She’s my brother’s stepdaughter and we’ve always got on well as friends.

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She has always messaged me and confided in me about problems she’s had with her parents or boyfriends.

I think she sees me as a kindly, cool uncle, someone she can trust.

But as she’s grown up and into a stunning woman, I’ve started noticing how attractive she is.

I’ll admit I have had sexual fantasies about her but I know she doesn’t feel the same.

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The problem is, I can’t stop thinking about her. If I send a friendly text and she doesn’t reply, I feel sad and annoyed.

I’m unhappily married, bored and lonely. Her messages gives me a boost.

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DEIDRE SAYS: Not only are you over 20 years older than this woman, she is also your brother’s daughter, and she trusts you as a friend.

As you know, nothing can ever happen between you. And if anyone finds out your true feelings, you risk blowing your whole family apart.

Please see a counsellor. My support pack on Counselling will tell you more.


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If you’re unhappy in your marriage, work on this with your wife, or choose to leave and start again.

Don’t contact your niece again – delete her number if it helps – and try to keep your distance until you can overcome these feelings.

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