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I ended up too busy last night to come back on here and tell you about the other woman in my husband's life when I met him. This is exactly why I think you need to insist on meeting her and hanging out with her more.

You see, there was this girl, we'll call her Becky, that was [I]always[/I] at my boyfriend's house when I wasn't. He kept insisting that she was only a friend and one of his good friend's ex-girlfriends. I believed him from his standpoint, but something about her still didn't add up. Why was Becky always over the nights I didn't have a babysitter or coming by after I left (he had a roommate too so it's not like they were there alone or anything). Then comes Valentine's Day, which coincidentally was also Becky's birthday. She called him all pissed off that night while we were having dinner (she called from a blocked number on his work cell phone so he had to answer it) saying what a jerk he was for not spending her birthday with her! So, that was when I really got mad. I told him that she had to come out for his birthday (a couple weeks from then) so I could finally meet her. He kept ensuring me there was nothing going on but said he would do what he could.

Well, the night of his birthday comes. She finally shows up with one of her friends. I make a point to go right over to her and introduce myself and offer her a glass of wine (we were still at my boyfriend's house waiting for everyone else to show up). As I was walking away I heard her say something to her friend about thinking I didn't have a babysitter for the night. I told my boyfriend what I heard and he finally started to get it. We all left shortly after to the bar down the street. Becky and her friend ordered one drink, gave me dirty looks, and then left. We never heard from Becky again after that night.

So, my point is it may be all innocent on his end but not hers. I kind of doubt it because he is very welcoming of her and calls her a special friend. I hope I'm wrong and she's just a klingy and needy witch. Let us know how it goes when you start introducing your male friends into the mix.
[QUOTE=happymom28;3141049]I ended up too busy last night to come back on here and tell you about the other woman in my husband's life when I met him. This is exactly why I think you need to insist on meeting her and hanging out with her more.

You see, there was this girl, we'll call her Becky, that was [I]always[/I] at my boyfriend's house when I wasn't. He kept insisting that she was only a friend and one of his good friend's ex-girlfriends. I believed him from his standpoint, but something about her still didn't add up. Why was Becky always over the nights I didn't have a babysitter or coming by after I left (he had a roommate too so it's not like they were there alone or anything). Then comes Valentine's Day, which coincidentally was also Becky's birthday. She called him all pissed off that night while we were having dinner (she called from a blocked number on his work cell phone so he had to answer it) saying what a jerk he was for not spending her birthday with her! So, that was when I really got mad. I told him that she had to come out for his birthday (a couple weeks from then) so I could finally meet her. He kept ensuring me there was nothing going on but said he would do what he could.

Well, the night of his birthday comes. She finally shows up with one of her friends. I make a point to go right over to her and introduce myself and offer her a glass of wine (we were still at my boyfriend's house waiting for everyone else to show up). As I was walking away I heard her say something to her friend about thinking I didn't have a babysitter for the night. I told my boyfriend what I heard and he finally started to get it. We all left shortly after to the bar down the street. Becky and her friend ordered one drink, gave me dirty looks, and then left. We never heard from Becky again after that night.

So, my point is it may be all innocent on his end but not hers. I kind of doubt it because he is very welcoming of her and calls her a special friend. I hope I'm wrong and she's just a klingy and needy witch. Let us know how it goes when you start introducing your male friends into the mix.[/QUOTE]


thanks again to everyone...We decided to sit down and talk tonight..I'm the type of laidback person that sits back with all the negative things a person does to me until they become a huge stack and I can't deal with it anymore (a pushover I guess) I do it until I just let it all out which will be tonight..I wrote down everything I wanted to say about the situation and I'm saying everything because this isnt fair anymore..he left a voicemail this morning saying "Are you still mad at me?" and I responded with "how is that all you have to say after what I expressed to you last night?" and he said "okay, we'll talk about it tonight"





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