By Irrationalwife - / Sunday 31 March 2019 00:00 /
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By  Angélique Chantal  |  21

That friend is so comfortable around you he’s his true self! Instead of wanting to change him, change your interpretation of his actions.
Don’t react to his texts, don’t even mention them to your husband. Just read, ignore and carry on with your day.
Take the “fun” out of it. Be the bigger person.

And by the way, who cares if he’s inappropriate? You love your husband and you’re faithful so what’s the problem?

  PhoenixChick  |  25

Ah yes, the old "so what if a man is sexually harassing and making you uncomfortable, it's YOUR fault for making a big deal about it. He's your husband's friend so it's your job to keep the peace and gloss over it because it's not like your husband can be expected to not want his wife being harassed with obscene texts. Be reasonable! All men love thier wife being harassed by their friends! It's totally normal!"

  PhoenixChick  |  25

It's not a matter of "will my wife cheat on me?" That's a selfish interpretation. If a man hears his wife complain that his friend is making her uncomfortable, his thoughts should be about how she's uncomfortable. It shouldn't stop with "my wife is uncomfortable with my friend's sexual texts. Will my wife cheat on me with my friend? No? Then sexually harassing her is a-ok with me."

By  James Acosta  |  8

First off, she said inappropriate texts. not discusting ones, or sexual ones. Second, if she didn't like the guy doing those things, she would have blocked his number and banned him from the house. The problem is she is more attracted to the other guy. She uses "fighting" with her husband to hide her feelings for him. She said he blatantly disrespects thier marriage, but never said anything he says is lies or untrue.

  Mungolikecandy  |  17

A wonderful rationale of victim blaming