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Anonymous

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Feb 7, 2011
 
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
notintheclick

Englewood, CO

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Feb 7, 2011
 
just if he wants to have sex with her
Sherri

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Feb 7, 2011
 
Do they work together? Have they been friends most of their lives? Come on now, dam.
just sayinh

Amarillo, TX

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Feb 7, 2011
 

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Nooooo.asking for trouble
Anonymous

Forrest City, AR

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Feb 7, 2011
 
Sherri wrote:
Do they work together? Have they been friends most of their lives? Come on now, dam.
yes they work together and no they haven't been friends most of their lives. They just became friends on the job. I would say they been friends for about a year.
mommy knows

Amarillo, TX

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Feb 7, 2011
 

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Been there first marriage.....first no way. Raise he'll trouble headed to your heart.
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Feb 7, 2011
 

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Jus gunna end up a bunch of fuckery
Charming

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Feb 7, 2011
 

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No, it is not right or proper to be texting other people's spouses. I don't mean an occasional response to a question or something, but daily texts to the husband or wife of another is inappropriate. Just like anything else, you know they are married and belong to someone else. It does not matter what they say, if he or she is not yours keep your hands, lips and texts off!
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Feb 7, 2011
 
mrsnat wrote:
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
Let me see, would it be ok if it was turned around?
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Feb 7, 2011
 
mrsnat wrote:
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
Another thing, is she a friend of yours too?
If you feel uncomfortable about it than... no, it's not ok.
And he should be aware of this and if he cares enough he will not let this happen. But let's keep in mind, either way they are still going to talk. On phone or in person at work.
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Feb 9, 2011
 
mrsnat wrote:
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
If you have to ask if it is appropriate, then it evidently is not for you.
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Salt Lake City, UT

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#12
Feb 9, 2011
 
mrsnat wrote:
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
It depends what they are saying.

“Let's talk to each other:”

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NOT about each other!

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Feb 10, 2011
 
Sounds to me like Msnat has a "wife-in-law".
Charming

Arkadelphia, AR

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#14
Feb 10, 2011
 
You know that if you are texting another woman's man it is for a reason and not usually a good. It may start out innocent, but ends up badly.
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Wynne, AR

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Feb 10, 2011
 
mrsnat wrote:
Is it right for a married man to text another woman? The woman happens to be married. I would like to hear your thoughts about this.
My phone bill was always getting lost in the mail so we had to pay without a copy of the bill. About 6 months later, I found out she was dating her coworker. All the phone calls and texts were itemized on the phone bill. The bill was lost in the mail a little help.
jus sayn

West Helena, AR

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#16
Feb 26, 2011
 
its a crock of shart!

“once was blind”

Since: Jul 10

now I see

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Feb 26, 2011
 
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yes they work together and no they haven't been friends most of their lives. They just became friends on the job. I would say they been friends for about a year.
There is a thing called a "sexual affair". And there is a thing called an "emotional affair". Before my boyfriend died, several yrs ago, we had open communication, with each other in our relationship. We discussed everything (imagine that). We talked about what we found acceptable and not acceptable in our relationship. We did this early on, as it is always better to talk on the front end.(be proactive) than to fight on the back end (be reactive.) We both decided that either of us having an emotional affair with another person was not acceptable to us. Every human being needs to be heard, to be loved, to be understood etc. When trust or communication breaks down, and these things are withheld.... intentionally or unintentionally, then one or both partners will try to get their needs met somewhere else.(again it's not the sexual affair we are discussing here). If I had a husband, or boyfriend that was having an emotional affair with someone else, I would first, as always take a look at myself and see if I had shut down, or pulled away, I would discuss it with him. Ask if he was getting what he needed from me out of the relationship, let him know this was not okay with me and set a boundary.(ex: "I am not comfortable with you having an emotional affair, when either of us "think" outside the relationship, it damages the relationship.") I would let him know what I would have to do, if that boundary was crossed. And then follow through with the decision that was made. But most importantly, this discussion would be had early on, in the relationship. It is important to let people know.... This is who I am. This is what I like, dislike, accept, tolerate, will not tolerate.
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#18
Sep 24, 2012
 
Well I'VE been friends with this man for yrs before he officially got married and he has other female friends as well but his wife wants him to drop everything all his female friends of the past for her but she had a study buddy on the side she was seein while he was on the rd she I don't think dropped none of her male friends for him. Should it be right for him to drop all his friends for her even if it's not Lovey dovey and they don't text daily just text eachother on How ya been bases?
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Sep 24, 2012
 
Unknown wrote:
Well I'VE been friends with this man for yrs before he officially got married and he has other female friends as well but his wife wants him to drop everything all his female friends of the past for her but she had a study buddy on the side she was seein while he was on the rd she I don't think dropped none of her male friends for him. Should it be right for him to drop all his friends for her even if it's not Lovey dovey and they don't text daily just text eachother on How ya been bases?
Damn right! Been there. and the so called female friend ended up texting, calling, screwing around with him. Granted, he was at fault too, but according to him she was always telling how much she was mistreated, how she had to take care of their kid, etc, etc.....hey, and he admitted to telling her a bunch of lies about me, just to hurt me.......so while it may not be lovey Dovey now, there's a big chance it will be later! And if you are TRULY are just a friend, you would understand.
cheatingischeati ng

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#21
Oct 14, 2012
 
no it is never ok. NEVER !!! I can promise you your wife or your husband is not stupid and they will catch, Is he or she worth losing everything over. If they are then be a man or be a woman and tell your spouse you want out of your marriage or relationship, Why do you feel like you need to demean and hurt them with your sneaking around and cheating. They deserve better than you. If you would do that to them you don't care about them to start with. let them go on and find someone that will love, honor and cherish them like you were suppose to. How would you feel if you found out they were messing around on you. You think it would feel good. well chance are they did just to get even , now how does it feel to know they cheated on you to. It didn't make me feel any better but at least I didn'thave to feel quilty since you got caught cheating first more than once. yea I bet you like knowing I got even. Each time got easier. Are we even. who's keeping score.

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