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25 Mar 08 #17627 by craigie20
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recntly had a confession from my wife that she had been for meals at a 'MALE FRIENDS' house whilst she was out with a friend from work called emma, have seen texts on her phone offering prezzie's if dhe goes for a meal either a stick of rock or fancy knickers, obviously she says he is joking in these texts am i wrong to believe this is unacceptable behaviour, oh by the way she atayed over at his house on at least one occassion

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26 Mar 08 #17742 by IKNOWNOW
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Right, what do you take from the fact that your wife confessed to this behaviour? Is she feeling guilty; looking for a reaction or trying to tell you that you have problems in your relationship?

Personally I would think that she has gone too far but I don't know what sort of relationship you have.

You need to be talking to her about the situation and asking her where she sees your marriage going. Did she confess because she is looking for a way out and thinks that you will give her that or is she just saying she is bored and wants you to recognise that things have lost their spark?

You don't mention how long you have been married or whether you have children not that it is particularly relevent but may just help when people are trying to advise you.

Regards, Sarah

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27 Mar 08 #17803 by craigie20
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been married for 7 yrs, have two children. I spoke to her about it and when we discussed divorce her immediate reaction was to defend the other man saying he has done no wrong and showed too much concern about me "ruining his life"

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