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posted: 01/31/06 at 8:07 AM

banarabbyt1  [more]
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Your friend needs to tell her husband that people are coming to her saying these things, if he says they are lying, then she should ask him WHY they would lie about that.

And then tell him that she knows about this secret email and ask him if he wants to be married or not.

But seriously, stay out of it, don't get involved too much, my mom just got divorced and my mom's friend is thinking of divorcing and her husband is trying to blame my mom for all their problems, even though my mom never told her anything and he's the one who cheated on his wife. HMM.. I think she needs to just ask him whats going on.

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posted: 02/01/06 at 7:39 AM
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I agree with Yvonne, Lynx & Bana. If your friend comes to you to try to talk more, simply tell her you care for her, but don't feel its your place to be involved.

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posted: 02/04/06 at 2:52 AM

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Getting involved in a friend's marital problems has the potential to be a good thing as well as a bad thing. Yet I don't think that we are here to discuss that.
Nor is there anything wrong at all about having a separate email account or not disclosing the password. Access to the information that I do is not disclosed and I do take great caution to ensure that because of the sensitivity of the nature of my work. Yet I do disclose what it is that I do.
Your friend's husband is guilty and he does know it. Therefore the reason to leave and get very defensive when approached about the issue. That is not to say that he is actually involved in infidelity physically. Yet if he is not, then he is very close to that point.
When a person would do something without telling their spouse about it, then it is something that they probably should not do.

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posted: 02/04/06 at 7:35 AM
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I'm afraid that your friend's husband has probably already cheated on her. My husband was looking at porn on the internet, which escalated to dating sites, which led to finding a hoe to have sex with. All this happened in about 9 months. My husband also had another e-mail account that I was unaware of at the time. HUGE RED FLAD! It has been 4 months since I found out, and it's been tough rebuilding the trust. If your friends husband hasn't cheated on her, then he is definately on his way.... Good luck and I hope I am wrong.

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posted: 02/05/06 at 9:44 PM

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I have to say I think "secret" email acoounts are a red flag. My husband and I have a joint email and I have seperate ones for my business but I have all my passwords written down, I have nothing to hide. Thats how it should be. MO
I think you should be there for support, but she needs to get the answers from her husband and decide what she is going to do.

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