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    If you have that much say over your DH that you can "help" decide who he hires im pretty certain you have nothing to worry about😛

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    Quote Originally Posted by Molly19 View Post
    Thanks for your responses, I trust my DH and its clear now that its my own insecurity's causing me to feel uncomfortable with the situation. Of course it would be completely unfair for her miss out on the job because of my 'issues' and I am completely aware of this and would hate that to happen
    Looks like I need to put on my big girl panties and 'get over it'
    Just keep communication on the subject open with your DH. Let him know you feel a little insecure so he knows you might need a little extra reassurance here and there.

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    Wouldn't bother me in the slightest. DH worked for years in hospitality with attractive women. Meh. I married him bc I trust him. Had you said OP she was flirting with him/they were being inappropriate with each other then my answer would be different. But it sounds like a professional relationship with 2 people that are in love with other people.

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    I think a lot of my co-workers are physically attractive, intelligent, well dressed, hard working, generous, fun, responsible and community minded, but I don't want to crack on to any of them.

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    Dh works with a lot of attractive females. And being the type of person he is, he forms quite close friendships with a lot of them. Yes I feel insecure and do get jealous but the way he is is also why I fell in love with him and married him. Its really hard sometimes but I have to remind myself these insecurities mainly stem from my own issues and not him.

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    It wouldn't worry me at all. I think it worries you some counselling might be needed to work through your issues.

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    I wouldn't be worried. My DH works with cute young ladies a fair bit.

    However I have had a few of my married managers flirt with me. One was making very direct comments (especially on after work drinks) that would classify as sexual harassment.

    I'm sure his wife was well aware of the situation though.

    So I guess it depends of the kind of man you married OP. You know if he is the kind to flirt and try and find validation of his own insecurity with other women.

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    How would you feel if the situation was reversed? I had to ask myself this recently. DH would come home and it seemed he was constantly talking about a female coworker, but then I recalled myself doing the same thing with a male coworker before I had kids. He and I would make each other laugh and yeah there was some harmless flirting that lifted our spirits in a harsh and sterile corporate environment and was the only positive about my working day so I'd share that with DH instead of *****ing about everything else. So when DH rabbited on about his coworker, I thought that maybe she was providing some relief from his stressful and pressure filled job. I have wondered if there was more between them, but my DH has told me he wondered the same about me! We trust each other and also realise that it's ok to have fun with work mates.


 

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