It does sound like you are asking because you want him to be interested. So, it's been kind of a nonissue. Even really buttoned-up, poker-faced women! He comes home late because he was out with S? However, even though I've clarified that to him he still stands by the crazy and delusional comments. I think she needs to try a different approach. So the main question is why you was with the buddy what was your husband doing? I don't want to be paranoid and ruin our friendship, but my feelings are hurt.
Does all this flirting bother me? I did not get the impression that the poster wanted the guy to be interested in her! I understand somethings may not always appear of what it seems, however just keep note of what is going on. And then, the guy she digs comes to their house uninvited and disrespects her husband in some slight way, in his own home. Furthermore, your interactions with your husband are bound to be unpleasant. Now, your husband is being kind of a dick. Next you need to be having a conversation with your husband and ask him what he been telling his friend. He seems to really thrive on inappropriate female attention, and he is far too dismissive of your feelings on the matter.
The fact that your husband is calling you crazy and delusional is also a red flag. She is being disrespectful and over stepping her boundaries. In summary: This girl needs to get out of your life. He had chuckled when he had said that; and my inhibitions took a back seat when I finally met him. Definitely go to therapy, you two. Since this happen a couple of weeks ago the very first thing you should had done was call your husband and told him about the indecent conversation between youand the buddy.
Im sure he wouldn't want your feet resting on his best friends. You should learn to draw boundaries around your marriage that support both of you and that keep your marriage strong and a priority to both of you. I do have to admit the attention is flattering, but I really have no intention of acting on anything and doubt he does either. But good point that by not saying something when something inappropriate comes up then I'm participating. I know im certainly not perfect.
A way in which no one was hurt and the issue was addressed by me driving the point home — once and for all. Do ask her this, 'how would she feel if it was done to her? You might have to find them at a Church parish though. It is the first time I have ever been with a person who is this self-aware and it feels good, and makes it easy to trust. Firstly, I decided to take several steps to drop hints for him to back off. Let me try to clear up a few questions.
My question to you is have you smash the buddy or planning on smashing the buddy? Don't accuse your wife for your wrongdoings. And my husband knows to keep his fingers still and report it to me if she ever texts him again. When I spoke to Alex about it, I made him promise that this would stay between us. Your answer is similar to what I said. Nothing to do with being gay in a homophobic way.
For Christmas, she wants to buy him a shirt and even texted him to find out what size he wears. I agree with everyone that stated that you need to spend more time having fun with each other. Surprisingly, he understood my plight and appreciated my thoughtfulness in not confronting his friend and making a mess but for dealing with it in the most effective, intelligent, and mature way. She calls everyone on her contac t but no one is available We all have had those days. This may get your point across to him that you think of them as a couple but won't embarrass you in any way. You need to address her and have a heart to heart conversation. It's a phenomenon I've witnessed so many times that I just kind of laugh and roll my eyes.
I may be wrong, but I've always been told that the gut is never wrong. I just went through a similar situation where I wasn't sure if an innocent hug, was something more and I was asking everybody, if what this person did meant they felt something more. When we fail to address such concerns, people end up taking advantage of us. I know I've blabbed about Jack's hotness in this blog before, and I'm sure that most readers were like, yawn, congrats on being in love and all, but please shut up -- you're making us all a little nauseous. I also think that I am a little upset because every night they come over for dinner my husband always sits in his same spot on the couch, my friends fiance sits accross from him in lazy boy chair, and while I am always the last one in the room because I am doing the dishes my friend always runs in and sits next to my husband on the couch. He would get texts from co-workers that are plainly work related messages but from one new female co-worker who would text him as if she's flirting gut feel of every wife.