My Husband is Falling Victim to a Flirt
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Original Visitor's Question from a 51-60 year old Female
My husband,daughter and I have joined a group of people from his work at tailgate parties during football games. We have been doing this for 3 years and only recently have I been noticing another woman and her attentions toward my husband of 18 years. She is 20 yrs younger than us, lives at home with her parents and engaged to a man for 12 years who is the group drunkard.
She has recently been talking a great deal to my husband, sitting in front of him during games, laughing at everything that he says, and paying him exclusive attention at all times. She just talks to me to ask questions about my husband, but nothing beyond that. My husband seems really flattered by this and says that nothing is wrong with the way they act, but he has never done this type thing before. He likes the attention and won't stop it.
He once went to a dinner without me, saying that I'd be bored, even though I attended last year. He says I am being paranoid. It is driving me nuts that she has attached herself to him like this. What can I do to make either this jealousy go away or them cool this behavior?
User Submitted Advice from a 41-50 year old Female
Confront her Guy
she is only asking questions about your husband so knows everythiung to help her self to him. it happen's alot. don't give her any information what so ever about him. and you go everywhere with him when she will be. better yet break off that friendship or confront her husband. wish i had
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