There is a word says: "A friend in need is a friend indeed". Would you allow your spouse to go club or attend a ceremony with your friend when you are not there? please back your answer with reasons. thanks and remain bless
Would you allow your spouse to go club with your friend?
Okay, first off, not married. However, I would not have a problem with it. I've always have given my gf's enough rope to hang themselves. And, all have done so.
So, I would let her go. The person she is going with is a friend, so there should be no need to be protective with her. If something occurs, it is not on me that it occurred. Freedom must have responsibility. Since, it would be my wife going, then her loyalty to our marriage, should remain intact.
Just a thought.
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