You should not walk around being over cautious about this but it's a good idea to keep your eyes open and be aware of this, therefore by saying that you should not make it a habit of leaving your spouse alone with your friends, because you never know if your friend(s) secretly want what you have.
It's a good idea not to become too close to anyone you don't trust. That goes for all relationships and friendships. If you don't trust them they probably should not be your friend or your spouse. Trusting doesn't mean you have no right to ask questions. Trust means (you believe you will get an "honest" answer to your questions). People who love you want you to be assured they have your best interest at heart.
Trust them like mad ! Good way to find out if they are your friend or partner ,if not good riddance to them BOTH........Couldn't be having betrayal..
by ngureco 4 years ago
Should a wife allow her husband to attend the funeral of ex-wife who divorced him 15 years ago?
by Audrey Selig 6 years ago
Why do families fail to mention ex spouses in obituaries when children exist from union with dec?
by thisiknow 2 years ago
What would you do if your friend flirted with your spouse?While on vacation with a few other couples, I watched in disbelief as one friend blatantly flirted with another friends husband. I could not understand why his wife said nothing. Being good friends with the wife I finally got up the nerve to...
by R9139 2 years ago
Could you forgive a friend if they stole from you?
by cheatlierepeat 6 years ago
Do you think spouses should share passwords to social networking sites such as facebook?What if there has been a past infidelity or occurence of online flirtation/cheating?
by Luke M. Simmons 3 years ago
A coworker is having an extramarital affair. Do you tell the spouse who is also your friend?In more detail: If your coworker/friend was frequently late for work because of an extramarital affair, would you tell your boss? You have reason to believe that doing so would cause the offender to...
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