In regard to spouses, disrespect, possible cheating, etc.

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In regard to spouses, disrespect, possible cheating, etc.
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Wed, 11-03-2010 - 3:37am

In the situation being discussed it was said that the husband is not in control of how the co-worker behaves towards him. That's not true. People will treat you as you allow them to.


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Registered: 05-14-2001

I wouldn't call a man


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cl-2nd_
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Crab -

In the situation at spurred this post, I do not think approaching the coworker would be wise or helpful.


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true.blue.strine wrote:

Well, I'll have the OWs guts for garters.

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Registered: 05-18-2009

TOTALLY agree - Indicating to the other woman that you feel threatened gives her more reason to keep at it.

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Yes you can.

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