Friend Is Putting Pressure on Me To Confirm Her Husband Was Having An Affair

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Friend Is Putting Pressure on Me To Confirm Her Husband Was Having An Affair
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Sun, 12-18-2011 - 6:42pm

Last week I posted about my friend who had just found her husband dead and how I could help her. Friday she had the funeral and lots of woman from his job came to pay their respects. One woman in particular was acting over emotional and looked a great deal like my friend used to look before she gained

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There are several stages of grief, and anger is one of them.

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I'm confused....no one knows anything for sure so your face to face would be only speculation. I would never involve myself in this. This is a slippery slope and if she wants to find out it should be her that finds out. Stay out or this could end badly for you. I think everyone is overreacting!

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Registered: 12-02-2008
Just listen to her. Most times people don't want others to solve their problems for them. They just want someone to listen to them. You really shouldn't say anything about your hunch. Now she's mad at him, but she won't be forever & you don't want anything you could say to her now to come back to haunt you, kwim???
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I know it is only speculation with no concrete proof. But woman have a sense for these things and I think she has known for years he was involved with someone else and seeing this woman who was a reflection of her former self crying over her husband, hugging her repeating I'm soo sorry over and over triggered something inside her that said my husband was involved with this woman. I was talking about the face to face in respect to her knowing I was lying to her about not seeing the woman or noticing her behavior and pulling me into the position of

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If she's a friend, I'd be honest with her.

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Registered: 08-10-2010

>>If she wants to know the truth, perhaps she will need to call one of those co-workers who were upset with the drama queen and ask them point blank."<<

I think telling her friend to call other co-workers is not the way to go.

I don’t see that there’s anything of substance to tell, based on the scenario presented.

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keepingitreal1 wrote:

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OMG Azure...I didn't say to "tell her friend to call other co-workers". ...I SAID:

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