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Mymymy Ms.Louna&Me 17 kids; Tennessee 28 posts
23rd Feb '13

Hey ladies!
So.My husband has this friend,who is female&dated his cousin,and tried to date him.
Well,According to her,when I was pregnant with our last child back in 08,they talked about dating,he talked to other people besides her,and came to the decision that it was awkward.
According to him,they only pretended to date to make his cousin jealous.
I had asked him to get rid of her,because I have a strong gut feeling that she just does'nt belong in his life,and that she's going to try to ruin what we have.He swore that I was just paranoid.



Well,on the facebook that we share,she had tried hitting on him,and sent him nudes.When I told him about it,he told me I was lying,and he did'nt believe me because she denied it.There was no evidence because I became disgusted,and deleted the message,and respectively her,as well.
Then,the other day,she told me that she had feelings for him,and had thought about sleeping with him.
I spoke with my husbands cousin,and apparently,she's still sleeping with him,and a few other guys on occasion,and that she should'nt be trusted.
Upon leaving his cousins house,she gave me a ride home,and insisted upon stealing my husband to go out for her birthday,in July,Our daughter is due on May 30th& may be born late.
I told him about what was said,and she denied it,yet again.He says that this time,he says he believes me.
I just wanna know if I'm overreacting,or if I have just cause to want her out of his life.In all honesty,I feel it's inappropriate of him to have a female friend with a strong history of infidelity,and adultery.

The Blissful Six 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Massachusetts 10260 posts
23rd Feb '13

I wouldn't trust that woman at all. She sounds like a hoochie.

Not tellin 3 kids; Montana 55982 posts
23rd Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kathryn Booker:</b>" Hey ladies! So.My husband has this friend,who is female&dated his cousin,and tried to date him. Well,According ... [snip!] ... life.In all honesty,I feel it's inappropriate of him to have a female friend with a strong history of infidelity,and adultery."</blockquote>




Trust him. It doesn't matter what she tries. If you trust in your husband and marriage, nothing will happen.

.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
23rd Feb '13

You should always have trust for your husband.



But, don't trust a hoe.

mama1821 Due July 2; 2 kids; Tacoma, Washington 1265 posts
23rd Feb '13

think there is no place for her in either of your lives. if he wont get rid of her to satisfy your feelings maybe he does have nothing to hide. she is bad news and wont stop till she gets in his pants if she has not already. there should be no decision making there for your husband, he should cut ties with her for your peace of mind, after all isnt that what you would do for him if the tables were turned. maybe explain it to him in a different light and he might be more understanding. good luck!

Ms.Louna&Me 17 kids; Tennessee 28 posts
23rd Feb '13

My issue is'nt my husband,it's this chick.She keeps calling&texting him&swearing hes her best friend,yet she's being a snake in the grass.If she wants to tell someone something,she should tell her babydaddy,or get a diary.

SavageDarling 3 kids; Webster, Massachusetts 10381 posts
23rd Feb '13

There is nothing she can do to make your husband cheat or leave you if he wasn't already going to. If you trust your husband it shouldn't matter what people he has in his life.



That being said, if I had a male friend who was trying to be with me and break up my family, and I knew it, I would remove him from my life myself. It wouldn't be my husband's job to tell me to.

~mama~ 3 kids; Susanville, CA, United States 1354 posts
23rd Feb '13

I had the same problem with my husbands ex being his friend after she told me if she wanted him she could get him. I told him I was not comfortable with them hanging out so he stopped talking to her all together and they were like best friends. If your husband knows how uncomfortable you are he should decide if talking to some wh**e is worth problems in your marriage.

Legendary Due September 3; 1 child; Beverly Hills, California 54251 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Not tellin:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kathryn Booker:</b>" Hey ladies! So.My husband has this friend,who ... [snip!] ... Trust him. It doesn't matter what she tries. If you trust in your husband and marriage, nothing will happen."


She sounds like a slut but if she f**ks your husband your problem is with your husband. This chick has nothing to do with him. You can likely get him to stop talking to her but you'll need to work on your trust issues with him or he'll have to become a decent human being that doesn't cheat... whichever is the issue.

mama1821 Due July 2; 2 kids; Tacoma, Washington 1265 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Kathryn Booker:" My issue is'nt my husband,it's this chick.She keeps calling&texting him&swearing hes her best ... [snip!] ... she's being a snake in the grass.If she wants to tell someone something,she should tell her babydaddy,or get a diary."


all the more reason he should just cut all ties with her. what would it benefit him to continue their "friendship"? she is going to keep trying to get between you, she sounds very dangerous and should just be removed from your lives all together!!! just my personal opinion.

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 14981 posts
23rd Feb '13

She really needs to be out of your lives. But I think I would be seriously pissed at my Husband if I told him someone sent him nude pics and he called me a liar because SHE said it wasn't true.

JΔS Georgia 70888 posts
23rd Feb '13

Your real problem is your husband not believing you over this girl. This whole situation reminds me of a high school relationship. I can't believe this is a marriage.

shay +3 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Utah 430 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Crystal Marie S.:" She really needs to be out of your lives. But I think I would be seriously pissed at my Husband if I told him someone sent him nude pics and he called me a liar because SHE said it wasn't true."


This! Why is he trusting her more than you? If this was my SO, I have no doubt that he would just cut her our of his life if she was making me uncomfortable. This girl sounds like she is up to no good, and is not going to stop.

Legendary Due September 3; 1 child; Beverly Hills, California 54251 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" Your real problem is your husband not believing you over this girl. This whole situation reminds me of a high school relationship. I can't believe this is a marriage."


Can someone address why they share a Facebook please. Is the name like... Jane & Bob, or whatever? Because that's tacky. Have some identity.

C.xox-mama Due October 22; 1 child; 1 angel baby; St Thomas, Ontario 1365 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting The Blissful Six:" I wouldn't trust that woman at all. She sounds like a hoochie."


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