By Anonymous - 03/10/2019 06:00
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It does sound like he stood up for you. I mean, honestly he could have just agreed
"She's not that bad" is hardly a compliment to pay to one's wife. Imagine a dozen roses and a card signed "To my not that bad wife".
still better than writing "To my wife, who I can do better". its context and how you look at it, if one is a negative one that's going make me feel bad about myself and the other is one that is slightly better but gives a sliver of positivity, then I will go for the latter. Plus on top of all, who cares what others think, I have gotten plenty of remarks on how people feel about me, I however only care about mine not the world's
But remember, this is his boss. He's trying to not piss her off and make the situation worse than it is. If he knew that OP was listening in, he probably would have been more vociferous in his defense. What he needs to do is go over the boss's head and report her harassment but that's often a tricky thing to do and I can't really blame him for not wanting to deal with the possible consequences.
Sounds like the Boss is engaging in repeated sexual harassment.... OP, start writing down each time that she does anything that *isn't* job-related & too personal in nature regarding Hubby. Perhaps then you could report her behavior in writing to her supervisor anonymously. Good luck, OP! :-)
I understand not wanting to step on his boss’s toes...but he definitely should have said something more than that in response, and he needs to make it perfectly clear that he’s happily married and she needs to back off (politely). I’m crazy though and I’d confront the B.