Post # 1
I went on my fiancé’s Facebook account to send a message to one of our vendors on Facebook and I saw a message from this girl who he had oral sex with a couple times when we owner on a break. I ignored it simply believing that she must have sent him the message first ( We made a promise that certain people we will not include them in our lives or send them messages first but if its the case that they send messages then its ok to reply). However later down in the day when I went to check for a reply from the vendor I realized that the message had disappeared which brought out the curiosity in me. So I went to the page to open back up the messages and realized that he had messaged her first. A simple “hey what’s up”. She saw the message but never did reply (at least one party realized that their fraternizing is unacceptable). However the fact that he messaged her after and then tried to delete and hide the evidence shows that something is clearly wrong. My fiancé is a very friendly person. Could it be that I’ve read too far into it? Should I just call off this wedding completely?
Post # 3
You’re considering cancelling the wedding because he SPOKE to someone else? If the context of their conversation wasn’t dirty, didn’t mention them meeting up or referencing when they used to ‘spend time’ together, then I really don’t see the big deal.
Don’t worry about it. But if it really worries you, just ask him. You can’t make any conclusions unless you hear it straight from the horse’s mouth, right?
Post # 4
To me it would come down to how many times things like this have happened. If this is a one time incident, I would ask him about it and see what he says. If he opens up and is honest about sending the message I think it is forgiveable. If he tries to lie or cover it up, I would have to sit back and seriously consider whether this will he an ongoing problem or something I want to deal with continuously.
Post # 5
You two have clearly discussed where to draw the line in terms of speaking to exes, or previous hookups. You’re okay with speaking to them as long as either of you have not initiated it first, which is more than most girls here would be okay with (myself included).
You’ll find that most bees will say what bothers them about this isn’t him talking to her, it’s the fact that he’s trying to hide it from you. If it were innocent, then why try to cover up the conversation?
Why is he trying to reach out to her in the first place? Especially just weeks from your wedding.
Thank goodness she has some common decency and didn’t respond. Now maybe I’m reading too much into this, but maybe her not responding is another indication that even she thinks it’s inappropriate.
I don’t think it sounds like he’s cheating, but he’s definitely looking for trouble. Every time you read a story on here about a husband/fiance/boyfriend cheating they always start out like this. So, I’d just keep my eyes open. And keep those communication lines open. There’s no reason he should be hiding things from you.
You have to talk to him about it.
Post # 6
it’s not a one time incident. More than once he’s been found flirting on his Facebook which I find to be very disrespectful. I don’t have a problem with him speaking to other women but we did promise that with certain people we wouldn’t make an effort to contact them or initiate anything with them. However if the other person did then we’re free to be friendly and reply. I just don’t want it to be that this flirting thing is reappearing again and 19 days before our wedding makes it even worse. i don’t consider his message to be flirting but the fact that he had to delete it makes me worried.
Post # 7
I think canceling the wedding would be a way over-reaction. Just talk to him, he didn’t say anything bad, he just said hello. FInd out why he did it before jumping to such drastic measures.
Post # 8
@petalpetal: I plan to speak to him about it. this whole situation worries me. I don’t want to end up the wife who looks like a fool because her husband is flirting or even worse with other women. I don’t think I can handle going through that.
Post # 9
If this is an ongoing problem you should talk to him about it. I would try not to jump to conclusions yet though.
Post # 10
The bigger issue is not so much this one, isolated incident, but his habit of behaving in a way that’s inappropriate and which he knows you are not happy about. So I wouldn’t necessarily cancel the wedding on the basis of this particular exchange on Facebook but I would be asking myself whether I was happy to be marrying someone who was prepared to behave disrespectfully and not particularly care. So you are right to be concerned.
Post # 11
I hate to raise a scenario that may not be true. However, it is possible there have been other messages between them prior to the one that you found that your Fiance may subsequently have deleted. It’s possible that this is a new conversation that he recently started, and, because she had not yet responded, he had not yet deleted it.
I think you need to ask him how often he has been communicating with her, and why, and see how he responds.
Post # 12
@VeeeVeee: Talking about it is a good idea. See if he gets defensive. I’d be concerned if he did, and even more concerned if he tries to somehow make you feel guilty for checking. How long ago did he message her?
Post # 13
Ugh! Sorry you have to deal with this.
Usually, I’m a fan o sublety. But if this has been an on-going problem for him and you, I think I would sit him down and have a frank discussion about the disappearing message!
Post # 14
@VeeeVeee: i would talk to him about it. very calmly and maturely. tell him that you saw the message and now it’s gone. ask him why; where did it go? i think it’s important to tell him how this makes you feel.
Post # 15
@VeeeVeee: Your concerns are completely valid considering this isn’t a one time thing. On one hand, you don’t want to just ignore the signs in case it really is a bigger issue. On the other, you don’t want to do anything drastic.
I think canceling the wedding is a bit dramatic.
What he did was disrespectful of your trust because he did something you both agreed neither of you would do. However, I don’t think it can be considered cheating just yet. In poor taste? Yes. Cheating? No.
You won’t know until you talk it over with him.
I’m choosing to be optimistic about this and hoping it turns out to be nothing more than what we know so far.
Post # 16
@CestTresJolie14: He messaged her on Saturday night and she saw the reply on Saturday night as well. He then tried to deleted it later in the night. He pressed the button on Facebook that closes off the message taking it out of your inbox but not deleting it.