Your best friends spouse is cheating, do you tell them instantly, get proof first, or not tell ever?
It could be a family members significant other, or boyfriend/girlfriend. Do you take the chance they will believe them over you, get the proof to back it up first, not tell ever, or let the cheater know you have proof and hopefully it will stop
unless children or your friend are in danger, never tell - You have the potential of setting into motion a tragic irreversible chain of events - It will all play itself out -
No, maybe its jsut a misunderstanding or if its true, its not my business to interrupt their life. theres a reason for everything. i dont want others prying on my private life so i better keep out too.
by Michelle 7 years ago
If your friend was cheating on their spouse, do you think you should tell their partner?
by Mariko Lewis-Davis 7 years ago
If you knew your friend's spouse was cheating on them, would you tell him or her?
by LSKing 3 years ago
If you answered yes, then you may want to change your mind. It will only cause heartache and a broken friendship. I told one of my closest friends that her boyfriend was cheating on her and now we're no longer close. It hurts my heart because I didn't want to tell her but, the person he was...
by pmorries 6 years ago
I do not believe that your spouse should be your best friend. Am I wrong in believing what I do?My wife gets mad when I mention my theory on lovers and best friends, but I tell her that a best friend and a lover have two very different roles. My wife is my friend and much more than my best friend,...
by Competitor82 6 years ago
If you catch a friend cheating on their significant other, should u tell their gf/bf?
by Patricia Scott 5 years ago
If you knew that your best friend's significant other was cheating on him (her), would you tell?Do you think you should keep your mouth shut or would you give your friend a heads up? Do you think you should myob or is this a time to butt in?
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