Family Lifers Forums

Create forums and topics you and your friends can discuss. You can see your friends activities, views and responses on all topics!

Home Forums Relationship and Life MY HUSBAND’S BEST FRIEND IS ASKING ME OUT

last updated by Sam P 1 year, 4 months ago
2 voices
1 reply
  • Creator
  • #5674

    Image result for asking me out

    How can my hubby even think of calling him his best friend, I can’t believe this, but my hubby trusted him.

    Though he has been saying bad things about my hubby to me right from the day I knew him and my hubby ( Then fiancé), he said things to me not to trust in anybody in a relationship, I always wave it off cos I don’t allow gossip in my marriage. The cat was let out of the bag 3 days ago, I was off duty, I didn’t go to work, I just finished doing laundering when he knocked and came in, I also have a female visitor at home, both of them started gisting, I left them in the sitting room to my room, I was surprised when he came into my room, I was on the bed, he came and sat down, threw his hand on my waist, I stood up immediately, I couldn’t believe the scene, next he wanted to cross his two hands on my neck, I pushed him out and asked him what is this all about, then he opened his stinking mouth to tell me how he was attracted to me from day one, I and him should start a secret date without my hubby’s knowledge, that after all my hubby is cheating ( of which my hubby doesn’t), that he can take me to any hotel (As if that’s what a woman wants), that my hubby can’t take me out, infact a lot of rubbish he said just to get into my pant, SOME guys can be a dog in human form, I turned him down immediately.

    Right now I don’t want him to near my house let alone being my hubby’s friend any longer, the issue now is that if my hubby happens to hear exactly what happened, he won’t take it easy with the guy because he’s a hot-tempered person, but how can I make my hubby understand that this guy is not a guy to keep as friend let alone close friend?

    Even if my hubby is cheating, is that a justified reason why I should cheat?

  • Author
    • #5784
      Sam P

      Hmmmm… Tell your husband what happened (don’t give the graphic details), it’s left for your husband too believe, but time will tell how long their friendship will last. Character is like a smoke…


You must be logged in to reply to this topic.


Invite your friends to Familylifers



  1. # 1Profile Photo
    Family Lifers
    15114 Points
  2. # 2Profile Photo
    3006 Points
  3. # 3Profile Photo
    2672 Points
  4. # 4Profile Photo
    2297 Points
  5. # 5Profile Photo
    John Adeleke
    2182 Points


  • Profile picture of Oluwaseyi
    registered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of commdevices
    registered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of Nneoma
    registered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of Kalu
    registered 9 months, 2 weeks ago
  • Profile picture of Isah
    registered 9 months, 2 weeks ago

Become a member of

Enjoy these benefits!

  • Connect your friends
  • Solve Marriage and Relationship Problems
  • Showcase your skills and products in our MARKET PLACE for FREE
  • Drop your CV, get a job And lots more

New Report