I would definitely want to know if there was proper proof. It would worse not being told. Tazza you definitely did the right thing especially as your not that close anymore.
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31-10-2014 16:34 #41
31-10-2014 16:35 #42
I think you did the right thing. I'd have told too.
31-10-2014 17:13 #43
I hope so, mostly I hope she's okay. :/
31-10-2014 17:33 #44
J just sent me a message saying that she really appreciates me letting her know and that she found out about the profile a couple of weeks ago and that she is in the middle of sorting her head out. Phew so glad that she already knew and I wasn't the one to break the news to her.
31-10-2014 17:37 #45
I think you did the right thing. It wasn't a rumour you heard or something you thought was going on because you 'put 2 and 2 together' or anything like that, you had proof. In writing.
Just my opinion, but I don't think it's right to just say anyone else's relationship is absolutely none of your business, if you care about the person. If I knew, for example, someone was suffering domestic violence, I hope I would try and help them, not just look the other way.
ETA: just saw your last post, glad it worked out ok between the two of you and she appreciated you letting her know
31-10-2014 17:44 #46
I would want to know. I once had an ex and felt I couldn't trust him but had no proof and was giving him the benefit of the doubt, but I was unhappy in the relationship. Back then especially I was judgmental, had been wronged before and didn't want to associate with a cheater. I was thoroughly elated when his friends got the message to me that he had cheated. Their word was enough, as I was just waiting for that smidge of proof that I needed. They freed me and I could move on with my life knowing that I would be wasting my time staying with him! He has since proved himself to be a serial offender! I bet this girl doesn't trust him already from what you've said, she should know she is wasting her time.
If she chooses to ignore it, that's her choice, but your conscience is clear.
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