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If she considers you a true friend, she will understand where you are coming from. Telling her is better than not telling her and then finding out the guy was a jerk. Even if there's a 5% chance of that happening, it's a risk worth taking.
I think you should say what you know. Whatever happens next is solely their look out. It depends upon the level of trust and transparency their relationship has..at least you won't be plagued with the guilt of not having spoken at the right time..
That's true. I just also don't want to be guilty of ruining the start of a relationship. The seeds of doubt, once sown, are tough to undo
Do a little background check on the guy and the girl with whom he was supposedly on a date. You might get to know that what is their situation. If something is actually going on then inform your friend otherwise let it be.
Trying to do that. But I don't know the guy very well. And my friend will probably get to know that I am digging around as anyone I know who knows him, I know through my friend. Such a fix!
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Too fat for him
Should we tell all in a marriage?
How is love different from friendship
A boyfriend jealous, as a husband hardly!!
How is life after divorce going to be?
Alone and Single at 50! Do we really need a partner for our later years or we can just about go through the remaining years just as easily?
A friend chats with young men, men about 10 years her junior but I see that she is the happiest of the lot amongst us. We are all righteous but angry all the time.
Top 3 priorities of a long term marriage
Should a spouse not active and passionate in relationship, object to partner being in another relationship ?
Can a man and a woman remain friends even after marriage?
I want to ask the ladies and gentlemen on this forum if they have been close to a particular friend of the opposite sex before marriage and whether they have managed to maintain the same strong friendship even after they got married or has the intensity dwindled with time?
What do you do when you connect to a person very well while texting, but can hardly feel the connection in person. Is it that the other person responds over texts after thinking but can't respond well because he hardly gets any time to think when he finds you sitting right across? What do you do about the awkward silences that follow?
The dynamics of a couple relationship changes every few months/years. What is your takeaway from the lat year?
Whenever our partners cannot handle our intensity they say 'don't think too much'..thoughts, comments people?
In today's times, where men and women interact freely with each other ,how do you deal with and address jealousy issues in your relationship?
Don't we change all through out life? Every 3-4 years we can't believe what we were 3 years back. We are smarter. Our dreams have changed. etc. If such is life and such is the way in which we change constantly throughout life, is monogamy - the act of holding on to one partner - really logical? *p**p*You were attracted to a person during a point in your life. You spent a lot of time together. You two know everything about each other and you see that you both are headed down different paths. In such a situation, does it make sense to continue with the old relationship or is it wiser to seek out a new partner who you will relate to better? Who will help you grow?
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