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Is it being a close friend or does she want more?
January 4, 2006
11:11 pm
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elizabeth anne
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I have reconcilled with my ex and it has been such a breakthrough for both of us. My dilema is he has a very close relationship with a wife of a close friend of his for a few years. They got in a predicament with rennovating their house and it is unlivable now. So he offered them to stay at his house until they make the changes they need to move into theirs. The wife is actually better friends with him than the husband. She has said to me he is like a brother she never had.

Now I am finding she has been a very controlling person in his household. Cooking dinners, watching football games with him, which she never liked before, almost to the point that she feels like she is the lady of the house with him. Calling him all the time. Taking over household duties. I thought Well, they are friends. But I am just a little pertubed that I am seeing it from a different light. It is almost like she acts like his wife. I know he doesn/t see it that way. And I am not the aggresive type, but it is really starting to bug me.

I feel like if I say something, it will get back to her and then she may feed him negative thoughts about me. Right now I am like her best friend, and I am thinking she is not threatened by me, but at the same time I think she is overstepping her boundries. I keep wondering how does her husband feel about this. And how do I handle someone that feels like she needs to be in his life to the point that I see a little obsession with her wanting to do what a wife would do. Even to the point of wanting to pick out cabinets for his rennovation of his kitchen. Am I overreacting or is this cause for concern. And how do I address it???

January 4, 2006
11:18 pm
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Communicate with your man. You must bring this up and not keep it on your shoulders. I think you have a good cause to be worried. It does sound like she is stepping over boundries and your man is not doing anything about it. I don't know...sounds a little fishy here. I would have to confront the situation and go from there. Talk with him since it is his place. Don't overstep his boundries and compete with the other...Good luck.

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