just curious!!

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just curious!!

Andykh Andykh
my wife and I have been married 5 years almost and we like to pick at each other a lot. well our neighbor across the street , a female, to come over and hang out I guess . my ex thinks for some reason that her , my ex, are bffs lol. so I started thinking that why are these ladies wanting to hang out with my wife. my ex has a swinger type history a mile long. idk bout the neighbor but both are married. my wife says I don't have anything to worry bout but my question is do women say that to their husbands or boyfriends and in back of their minds think maybe it might be fun. im just curious that's all
09/12/2014
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edeneve edeneve
you know your wife better than any of us. has she ever been dishonest w/ you? your answer to that question could answer this one.
09/12/2014
Heartthrob Heartthrob
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Originally posted by Andykh
my wife and I have been married 5 years almost and we like to pick at each other a lot. well our neighbor across the street , a female, to come over and hang out I guess . my ex thinks for some reason that her , my ex, are bffs lol. so I started ...
I don't know the situation very well but I can say it's normal for women to have friends who they hang out with.
09/13/2014
Pete's Princess Pete's Princess
My opinion on being friends with your significant other's ex is that it is a bad plan. You seem to imply that your ex and neighbor just want to be friends with your wife to cause strife in your relationship. If that is how you feel, then you should talk to your wife about that. There are many women for your wife to be friends with that don't have negative agendas.

As for picking on each other, I also feel that is a bad plan. This is especially true in front of other people. Your spouse should be your biggest cheerleader. The one who makes you feel special and loved. Saying negative things to each other is an open door for someone else. Even if it is done in fun, constant negative comments wear away at love and respect. If it is done once in a while and in private, that is fine. I see this as more of a danger to your wife looking elsewhere than a friendship with your ex.
09/13/2014
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