- 6 years ago
- Wedding: September 2010
I really don’t think you have anything to worry about. I think this woman is sticking up for your husband which is a good thing. Perhaps they are both being treated poorly by the other woman at work and are bonding over that with a professional friendship. This is a situation I am currently in, where a male at work and I are both having issues with someone at work. There isn’t anything going on there, other than us sticking together and needing the comfort of each other in a time where we’re both feeling ‘thrown under the bus’ and unappreciated. I think you are 100% worrying because of your past – and making this into something it is not, and that’s not fair to your husband.
If the texts are purely about work, which they seem to be, you need to let it go. He needs to be able to have relationships at work that are platonic. Her having a husband who isn’t home all the time doesn’t make her a homewrecker.
I’m sure nothing is going on, however they can talk about the other coworker they don’t like when they are together. She doesn’t need to be texting your Darling Husband about it outside of work in my opinion.
@soon2bS: perhaps yall need to talk about what boundaries your relationship has for making new friends of the opposite sex? Like needing to meet them in person before a friendship forms. No calls/text at inappropriate times like meals or weekends.
I find that couples that set up their expectations avoid insecurity and extramarital accidents.
@soon2bS: It’s normal to feel the way you do initially. especially in your case with what happened in the past. Im sure your Darling Husband will continue to make you feel at ease. I have to work along side men and I can assure you there is NO attraction there. Not every woman is a husband stealer. Work is work for most people and sometimes it’s necessary and nice for someone to have your back when you’re not around the office. Dont worry:)
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