If he or she is indeed your friend you are obligated to always have your friend’s best interest at heart; even if your friend insists
on continuing to cheating and has made it clear that your opinion doesn’t
matter. One thing that I have learned is to only give advice to “real friends”.
You should NEVER make it comfortable for your friend to cheat on their spouse.
You should not allow your cheating friend to bring his/her jump-off around you
and your spouse. Bringing another woman/man around your group of friends is
blatantly disrespectful and selfish.
Why Selfish you ask? Because you are thinking about your own
needs and never stopped to think about the position you’re putting your friends
in. Your friends communicate and hangout with your spouse and you are forcing
them to be fake and uncomfortable.
Every group of friends always has the one friend that
encourages and accepts their friend’s behavior. And these particular friends
always have the excuse “That isn’t any of my business”. This is usually the
worst excuse in the book; really it’s none of your business?? Hahaha…how silly
of you to think this is none of your business. It is your job as a friend to
encourage your friend to do the right thing, not encourage them to do the wrong
things. REALLY? What kind of friend are you? You encourage their cheating
activities by allowing them to do it in front of you, and bring it your home
If you were a true friend, you would let your friend know
that their cheating behavior is not acceptable around you. You can’t continue
to allow them to bring their jump-off around you and accept it. Many times when
cheating is unveiled by their spouse, there is a BIG chance she/he may lose
their family…But hey, misery loves company, RIGHT? It’s your responsibility as
a friend to try to divert your friend from continuing to commit adultery. As a friend you have obligations.
And YES I’m a firm believer that…….. “Birds of same
character flocks together” in addition, statistics shows that 92% of married
men still throw passes outside.
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