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My husband's friend is so good. Do I need to tell my husband that we did this together? - FICTION.

Hi,


I'm a mother of two children who is married. I've been married to my husband for 15 years, and I've had a crush on one of his closest friends for about five years. It all started when my friend and I first met and there was this incredible spark between us. There was so much incredible energy in that room, and there's always been something there every time we've seen each other since then. It's... incredibly good when he grabs my hand for a hug or touches my hand.

We have so much in common, yet I'm afraid I won't be able to be with him. He's unmarried and dating, which makes me jealous and furious at times. I'm quite aware that I have no right to feel those emotions. I'm very sure he feels the same way I do; a few of my friends have noticed his actions around me and confirmed that I'm not insane.


My husband is unaware that there was a time when he arrived to my house looking for my husband and found him missing. We ended up having a private conversation in the dining room and kissed that day. When I'm around him, I can't seem to keep my cool. Is it necessary for me to inform my husband?


Is it your spouse or your buddies who comes first?


When you marry, your spouse transforms into your best friend. This necessitates a shift in your relationships with your old best buddies. You won't be able to be as good of a buddy as you were before getting married.

AFFAIR - It's a word that no married couple ever expects or want to hear. An affair is usually a symptom that something isn't right in a person's relationship. A spouse may engage in an affair as an ill-equipped manner of attempting to get their needs met – whether these be for closeness, and so on – if they lack the appropriate abilities to mend the issues.


Having an affair is a horrible example for your children no matter how you look at it. When they learn, they will be humiliated, puzzled, insecure, unhappy, and enraged that you have the potential to destroy their family. As a result, your moral influence with your children will erode. Your affair could lead to divorce if it is discovered.


Thanks for reading.


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