just asking

Dallas, TX

#1 Nov 29, 2012
I just lost my wife about 6 months ago. My son (step son) and wife moved in with us about 3 months before she passed away. My son's dad ws killed in a wreck when he was about 8 months old, I met his mother about a year later and we were married after 6 months. My son's wife is kind of a flirt and she keeps telling me "anything you need just ask, anything". My son goes out of town once a month on business and we are left alone. I try to stay out as much as possible because I am afraid of what may happen. I can't tell him because it would destroy him or maybe our relationship. She doesn't act that way when he is around just when we are alone. Any suggestions before I get sucked into this web?
Dan Hallen

Rancho Cordova, CA

#2 Nov 29, 2012
Don't be a dick. If you think of this kid as your son, you would be a rotten peice of shit to even consider it. Damn right it would destroy your realationship !
just asking

Dallas, TX

#3 Nov 29, 2012
I think you missed my point. I am trying to find out how I can stop her without hurting him. Get the right info before you start judging people
simple

Dyke, VA

#4 Nov 29, 2012
you have to talk to her. Go to her and tell you what you think. That you love your son and in no way do you have any interest in her and that she needs to take a good look at her actions before she ends her marriage. If she is acting like that with you it will only be a matter of time till she screws up if she has not already.
just asking

United States

#5 Nov 29, 2012
That really sounds simple, just not sure I can do it.
Dan Hallen

Tazewell, VA

#6 Nov 29, 2012
Let the kid live and learn. He don't need to hear it from the person he considers his dad! She will screw somebody , he will find out, dont equal into the equation.
Ky Woman

Richmond, KY

#7 Nov 29, 2012
just asking wrote:
I just lost my wife about 6 months ago. My son (step son) and wife moved in with us about 3 months before she passed away. My son's dad ws killed in a wreck when he was about 8 months old, I met his mother about a year later and we were married after 6 months. My son's wife is kind of a flirt and she keeps telling me "anything you need just ask, anything". My son goes out of town once a month on business and we are left alone. I try to stay out as much as possible because I am afraid of what may happen. I can't tell him because it would destroy him or maybe our relationship. She doesn't act that way when he is around just when we are alone. Any suggestions before I get sucked into this web?
When your son goes out of town, you should continue to distance yourself from his wife as much as possible. If there is no mistaken what her intentions are toward you, just tell her plainly you have no romantic interest in her and that you would never betray your son in that way. I agree with the other poster--if it's not you, it probably will just be someone else sooner or later. You can't do anything about that, but if your daughter-in-law is a floozy, your son will find out for himself in due time. Just be there for your son, but DO NOT be weak and let her lead you into something you will regret for the rest of your life.
I am very sorry for the loss of your wife. That's a difficult thing to go through.
just asking

Dallas, TX

#8 Nov 30, 2012
Ky Woman wrote:
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When your son goes out of town, you should continue to distance yourself from his wife as much as possible. If there is no mistaken what her intentions are toward you, just tell her plainly you have no romantic interest in her and that you would never betray your son in that way. I agree with the other poster--if it's not you, it probably will just be someone else sooner or later. You can't do anything about that, but if your daughter-in-law is a floozy, your son will find out for himself in due time. Just be there for your son, but DO NOT be weak and let her lead you into something you will regret for the rest of your life.
I am very sorry for the loss of your wife. That's a difficult thing to go through.
Thanks, I do realize she will, if not already, have an affair some day, but I don't want to be in the middle of it in any way. I would like for them to move out again. I know he wanted to be there for his mother but now it would be best if they got their own place. I can be strong enough to resist because I have a good friend who said she would be here for me when I am ready. Any suggestions on how I can approach him on getting their own place?
Ky Woman

Richmond, KY

#9 Nov 30, 2012
just asking wrote:
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Thanks, I do realize she will, if not already, have an affair some day, but I don't want to be in the middle of it in any way. I would like for them to move out again. I know he wanted to be there for his mother but now it would be best if they got their own place. I can be strong enough to resist because I have a good friend who said she would be here for me when I am ready. Any suggestions on how I can approach him on getting their own place?
Just be honest and straightforward when talking to you son. Thank him for being there for his mother and you during your most difficult time; but, let him know it is time for each of you to have your own privacy and space. It's great that you have a good friend you can confide in and who will be there for you when you're ready. Best of luck to you.

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