I am 21 and me and my bro (age 16) have always been so close. I feel like I shouldn't be so close anymore since he is in puberty now. I mean I always kiss and hug him when I see him have always been like this love the kid so much.
When my friends came over they said "how is your bro not disturbed?" I didn't understand this quite much. I kiss his forehead hug him whenever I see him at home and sometimes even kiss his neck should I stop this?
Oh and by the way I am so childish to get a better pic in your head I look like that girl called leda monster bunny or what the hell ever. My hair is blue and even my bro said " sis you aren't like 21 haha you are like 15" I mean I can be serious at right times but at home I can't stop being stupidly goofy my bro has fun when I'm around I like it when the kid is happy. Our family is broken up so I like to stay close to him .
What do you guys think? Am I too close to my bro? Is there such thing as being to close to your siblings?
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Well, in an episode of Friends, that ice climber guy who scared Phoebe and Monica shortly after he got back from his expedition because he wasn't cleaned up yet and looked like a mountain man, well when he got cleaned up he started going with Monica but he and sister were ridiculously close like all over each other like a couple and they even bathed together! As grown adults, sharing a bath!
So I think there is such thing as too close.. but generally being close shouldn't be looked upon negatively because it's the most important thing of all - family. Just as long as you're not sharing a bath and sharing a bed as grown adults. Not being close enough with family is more worthy of negatives.
Answering directly to your case.. well, no you're not too close, as long as you're not kissing him on the lips. You're kissing him on the cheek or head? Nothing wrong with that. But at the same time maybe you don't want to smother him, or like, mother him, too much. And also it's great that you're playful around him, but being constantly playful around him, like never serious? It's healthy for there to be serious moments sometimes, serious conversations like. I expect there are but you just didn't mention that...2