These were words that were uttered to me by a very married man! I was floored and I kept thinking but your married? What are you saying? What about your wife? Do you not like her? What does this mean and what am I suppose to do with this? We live in an anything goes society. The wedding vow about "forsaken" ALL others mean nothing to some. It means until I get tired or until I want an upgrade as they call it! (Most of the time it is an downgrade) People are not friends with who they chose to spend their lives with. Emotional cheating runs rampant between people who form friendships and develop a closeness that should be reserved for the mate. It could be a co-worker or friends of the opposite sex. Usually there are secrets between the two. They talk and spend way too much time together. Sometimes lines are crossed and it becomes sexual. Usually the things that are shared are complaints about the mate rather than talking to the mate. Essentially you are involving a 3rd party in your relationship. The person who made the statement to me was a highly recommended mechanic who was also a Deacon at his church. He workded on my car for several days and began to talk. I later found out that he liked alot of people. The worse thing you can do is have friendships that your mate does NOT know about or have a problem with. If your mate tells you that there is a problem please let it GO! Don't continue to call, text, inbox, etc. My philosophy is be friends with each other.
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