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.t a y l o r. 3 kids; Indiana 3847 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Juliette:" Idk how he reacts i rarely go with him. But its not him that I'm worries about. Its her."

Eh, as long as she has no other means to contact him other than him going to the bank she works at, I wouldn't be worried.

Mama Rachael♥ 17 kids; Asheville, North Carolina 15828 posts
30th Apr '13

Why does it matter? If your husband is faithful then you have nothing to worry about.



Girls have flirted with SO when DD and I are right there. I laugh at it and he doesn't even notice (he was never really good at noticing when people flirt with him lol).

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 21473 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting ~The Lunar Flower~:" I would be extremely upset considering he'd been to her house :? I never would have been ok with him ... [snip!] ... If he mentions her new job or going to it i'd be irate. I'd sit down & talk with him about it or tell her to back off myself."


yea that might bother me a little too.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~The Lunar Flower~:</b>" I would be extremely upset considering he'd been to her house :? I never would have been ok with him ... [snip!] ... If he mentions her new job or going to it i'd be irate. I'd sit down & talk with him about it or tell her to back off myself."</blockquote>



As far as I know he never went. But the fact that she even asked bothers me.

Ellie. 34 kids; Arizona 25368 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Juliette:" Idk how he reacts i rarely go with him. But its not him that I'm worries about. Its her."

See.... that's the wrong line of thinking. If she's throwing herself at a married man, and you have CONFIDENCE in your relationship.... you shouldnt be "worried" about her. You should laugh about it.

Tara plus 2.5:) Due October 10; 34 kids; Missouri 2770 posts
30th Apr '13

That's bullshit. It seems like your DH light ne overstepping too bc why would she thinks its okay to talk to him like that?

(Autumn) Raleigh, North Carolina 10 posts
30th Apr '13

It would definitely bother me! Flirting with a married man is not ok, and the fact that she acknowledged that she was aware you would be upset by her behavior and did it anyway is just shady.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" See.... that's the wrong line of thinking. If she's throwing herself at a married man, and you have CONFIDENCE in your relationship.... you shouldnt be "worried" about her. You should laugh about it."</blockquote>




I guess I worded that wrong. I trust him. I'm not worries about him leaving. And I don't think he would cheat. But it pisses me off that she knows he is married and she made it obvious that she is worries about me knowing.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting (Autumn):</b>" It would definitely bother me! Flirting with a married man is not ok, and the fact that she acknowledged that she was aware you would be upset by her behavior and did it anyway is just shady."</blockquote>



I know! I think I might call and talk to her manager. But it seems pointless since she is leaving.

Ellie. 34 kids; Arizona 25368 posts
30th Apr '13
Quoting Juliette:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" See.... that's the wrong line of thinking. ... [snip!] ... he would cheat. But it pisses me off that she knows he is married and she made it obvious that she is worries about me knowing."


She has issues then. Unfortunately, there are women who are like that, but if you have a good man, then the best thing to do is laugh about it, or do what I do, and give dirty looks and make snide remarks. :wink:

Sofia's Mummy♥ 1 child; United Kingdom 7331 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" See.... that's the wrong line of thinking. If she's throwing herself at a married man, and you have CONFIDENCE in your relationship.... you shouldnt be "worried" about her. You should laugh about it."</blockquote>




:!: yeah, this is true. I've always said 'I trust you, just not other girls', but I really needed to trust him.
Then this b***h that I knew liked him who he hung out with at parties told him that they should have sex and it would be really fun, to forget about DD and I.
He turned her down, obviously, and hasn't seen or spoken to her since.
I trust in him enough to not need to trust them. Although I still get paranoid that he'll get an offer he doesn't want to refuse, I just have to deal.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
30th Apr '13

I really just want to go in there and tell her off.... in a very polite professional way.

Sofia's Mummy♥ 1 child; United Kingdom 7331 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juliette:</b>" I really just want to go in there and tell her off.... in a very polite professional way."</blockquote>




Rise above it.



The girl I talked about before was sort of a friend of mine too so I did confront her about it because of how disrespectful it was since she knew us so well, but if she's just some random woman who you'll never see again, ignore it.

Juliette 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Olive Branch, MS, United States 3015 posts
30th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Sofia's Mummy♥:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juliette:</b>" I really just want to go in there and tell her ... [snip!] ... how disrespectful it was since she knew us so well, but if she's just some random woman who you'll never see again, ignore it."</blockquote>




I want to. But damn... that shit pisses me off.

☮Hippie Jesus☮ 2 kids; West Virginia 10560 posts
30th Apr '13

Geez, how often does he go to the bank? I guess it would only bother me if he started going to her new job...