(Closed) I Messed Up…..BIG TIME

posted 8 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
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2859 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden

I don’t understand. In your first paragraph, you said that you don’t have feelings for the guy, so what’s the problem? Is it just that your husband is jealous and you’re trying to appease him?

Post # 4
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790 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

I don’t think I really understand. Is this guy only a friend or is there more to it? Your post makes it sound like he’s only a friend but the response from your hubby says its more. Whats the rest of the story?

Post # 5
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1752 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I am a bit confused as well.

I think that the best thing to do, if you are willing to end the friendship for your husband, is to talk to the male friend (not on facebook) and tell him that you are devoted to your husband, he’s not cool with the friendship, and his opinion is important to you.  Tell him that you can’t have contact with him anymore & apologize.

That’s all I can think of..

Post # 6
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10851 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

I’m not understanding either. You don’t have feelings for this person but you need to get him out of your life? If he’s just a good friend who happens to be male, why is that a problem? I have lots of close male friends. Is there a reason why your FH doesn’t like him or the situation?

Post # 8
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5148 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Is this a previous flame or something?

Regardless of the history, if this person truly is just a friend, I don’t see the big deal from your husband and why you need to ‘dump’ your friend. You should be able to have male friends.

EDIT: I just saw your post above. My opinion? The past is the past. If you cheated on your husband with him, I can see him being upset and you wanting to cut this guy out of your life. But if this was before your hubby, I don’t think your friend needs ‘dumped’.

Post # 9
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277 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

So just don’t call him. Find someone else to call when you have an IT problem, or find an IT forum online.

Post # 10
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2867 posts
Sugar bee

Just ignore him.  You should try to join some activities so you can meet and become friends with more people.

EDIT: If you have IT issues, google is a useful tool.  You can also ask the Hive, describe the problem and I gurantee someone will help.

Post # 11
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10851 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

Ahhh I see the plot thickens. So there is a “romantic” history there to a degree, but before you met FH. So FH isn’t comfortable with you talking to a dude you had a bit of a fling with. From his point of view, I can see how or why he might be jealous, maybe you two didn’t have closure, maybe he thinks this other guy is better looking or something, who knows. How long ago (and how long before FH) did all of this happen?

My advice: There are lots and lots and lots of IT guys in this world. I’m sure you could even call Geek Squad for some advice rather than calling this dude when you know it will upset your FH. Maybe you need to find another IT guy for a while, let things cool off, and maybe in time FH will be come more comfortable with the situation.

When Fiance and I were first dating, he was still friends with his ex and I was really uncomfortable with it when she’d call or want to hang out. However, after I met her, met her boyfriend, etc, I became more comfortable with it. I realize that she doesn’t have any lingering romantic desires for Fiance and now I’m totally fine with the situation. In fact we’re going to her and her FI’s wedding in a couple weeks! It just takes time.

Post # 12
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Why are you asking your husband’s forgiveness if he’s JUST a friend? It seems sort of controlling and jealous to me. I don’t understand why he’s angry at you for having a platonic male friend that you don’t have feelings for.

It’s okay to have friends! He doesn’t deserve what?You can’t keep treagting him that way?

You sound really guilty and I’m not sure why!

Post # 13
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

OH now I see!

If you slept with the guy, I totally understand your husband not wanting you to talk to him. And if you only talk to him about computer stuff, then what kind of friendship is that?

Still, I wouldn’t want my husband to be friends with any girls he slept with. I think that crosses the line of what’s appropriate friendships of the opposite sex.

Post # 14
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3125 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

meh, it was once a long time ago and not a cheating thing. My opinion is that your husband has to learn to pick his battles and leave you alone about your friend. Or, you need to pick your battles and consult an online forum for your IT needs and do this for your husband.  I’d personally just find a new friend, since it doesn’t sound like you are close. But I wouldn’t let this become a pattern – it could be controlling.

Post # 15
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I cant tell you to find someone else to do your computer work because I have a similar issue that you do. Mine is the guy who fixes my car and has done some work on my house. The problem isnt with my FH but HIS WIFE she is a nutter!

So I understand why you call him instead of someone new. Maybe explan to your hubs that you ONLY call him to work on the comp and there is nothing more to the relationship. Or maybe have the hubs call him when you guys need help. Is the hubs ok talking to him or does he hate him?

I must say I dont really understand why you would need to block someones number that you dont have any feelings for. Unless maybe it was your hubs idea?

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