I'm very frustrated by a comment that my husband's friend, I'll call him John for easier discussion, made this weekend. John, his wife and children are also our family friends. I think this comment broke the camel's back so say. I'm not sure how to handle it. If John's family wasn't friends of ours I would just ignore him and not be as bothered. I obviously will have to have continued interactions with him and am asking for your advice on how to deal with him from now on. John has made many comments to my husband about me. He (John) gets very angry when I talk to other men. My husband doesn't! His friend does!! Last year a mutual male friend of my husband and I's car broke down on the way to our children's high school basketball game. I gave him a ride to the game. This particular friend was stopped in the parking lot of the school and told by John that he didn't need to be riding with me to the game. My husband knew and actually had our friend call me to see if i could give him him a ride!! We were at a wedding dance and a 6th grade male friend of my son asked me to dance. John complained to my husband about the boy and said the boy always goes after the MILFS. Give me a break! Who says something like that? My husband and I don't go out often, but this weekend we went out for a drink after a ball game. We were having a great time and I was talking to one of my sons coaches about the game. I could tell John was angry with me and made a point of shaking everyone's hand but mine and telling them good bye. My husband told me on our way home that John said to him that I was hitting on the coach and he didn't like it?? my husband was right there when the coach and I talked and knew better. At first I always thought that my husband was telling this to me because this was his own thoughts, but I have had many male friends tell me that he (John) has told them to stay away from me. He accuses them of trying to dance with me when we are all out on the dance floor. Not true...most guys I know are scared of my husband and wouldn't attempt to ask me to dance. My husband and I are always dancing together anyway! If we were not family friends, I'll be honest, I'd tell him off. I feel like for some reason he thinks I'm his property. I'm embarrassed about it and feel horrible for his wife that he acts like an idiot, so I don't want to cause a scene. I asked my husband why he doesn't tell him that I'm not his wife I'm his? He said for the same reason I don't say something to him. I'm not sure what to do, so I would really appreciate an outsiders opinion. Thank you!