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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    It sounds like a knee jerk reaction and rather vindictive tbh.
    I didnt say it was vindictive

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    I didnt say it was vindictive
    Noooo....... I did though

    I was agreeing with you London, it sounds messy and to me, it also sounds vindictive and like a knee jerk reaction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    Noooo....... I did
    Lol that's what I was agreeing with too

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    Noooo....... I did though

    I was agreeing with you London, it sounds messy and to me, it also sounds vindictive and like a knee jerk reaction.
    Ahhh...I see now. I read it as "rather than vindictive" Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by London View Post
    Yes Id wanna know but not from a stranger through a Facebook message.
    If I were your friend Id let this one go. Yes the wife deserves to know her husband is cheating but this just seems..I dunno..messy?
    Very messy and it seems as though her motives maybe to hurt him rather than 'enlighten' his wife..

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    It's not to hurt him. But he has admitted he won't tell his partner (they aren't married) I and my friend thinks she should know. She would be staying with him not knowing the truth about him, he is going behind her back and lying to her, doesn't she have a right to know?

    But neither of us are in a long term relationship, which is why I asked here.

    From what I can gather you would want to know, but it can't come from the other woman. So if my friend shouldn't tell her then she won't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Very messy and it seems as though her motives maybe to hurt him rather than 'enlighten' his wife..
    Well I wouldnt care if her only intention was to hurt my husband because that kind of hurt is no where near the hurt he would feel from me lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by shhhsleeping View Post
    It's not to hurt him. But he has admitted he won't tell his partner (they aren't married) I and my friend thinks she should know. She would be staying with him not knowing the truth about him, he is going behind her back and lying to her, doesn't she have a right to know?

    But neither of us are in a long term relationship, which is why I asked here.

    From what I can gather you would want to know, but it can't come from the other woman. So if my friend shouldn't tell her then she won't know.
    I would want to know and would rather hear it from the other woman because only she knows the whole truth about their relationship. I would be tempted to have her set him up and go from there. How else will his wife find out?

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    Default If you are in a long term relationship

    It's complex and I to and fro a bit with this one OP. Perhaps she could give him the opportunity to tell his wife, 'you need to tell her or I will' .

    It could be horrible for your friend too to not be believed or the reaction from the wife could end in your friend being humiliated. Just make sure your friend really thinks things through because there will be no winners.


 

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