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hey everyone!im kayy,im always here to help.i love giving advice and one day i hope to be a therapist or something like that :]ive been thru alott and pretty much know what im dealing with. i couldnt live without my friends.music is liife. need help?!feel free to ask
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I have this friend that is a very jealous woman over her husband. I am one of her husband's favorite people to talk to, but we have not talked in a very long time because he got a new job halling traliers across the country. I don't have any type of communication with him, but I do get to talk to her all of the time. She is actually more like a mother to me, or I thought. He recently came home for a visit and had dinner with her, some more friends and myself. After dinner she had to go somewhere and he went back home I am assuming, I went off and played with some of my friends and then went and talked to a classmate about some homework. According to my roomate she came up to her and asked her where I was in a angry or worried tone. She has never asked where I was before? My roommate said that maybe it is because she suspects that something is going on between her husband and I but that is totally bizarre and disgusting on so many levels. I don't know what to do, and I am afriad to ask her since all she told me when I got back with her was "I was just wondering where you were that's all" What should I do? And what are the likely thoughts of my friend? (link)
you need to make it blatantly clear that there is NOTHING whatsoever going on between you and her husband. let her know that you two are just friends and nothing more. explain it calmly to her and let her know that she can trust you. let her know how you feel about her husband [that he's JUST your friend and he's like a brother to you]. make sure you pick a good time (i.e. when you two are alone and her husband is out of town) that way she knows that you arent with him and it gives you two a better chance to talk. you may want to confirm your suspicions before you talk to her because she may overreact if you approach her out of the blue. best of luck


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