What would you like to do?
Sounds like your friend has a pretty bad relationship with her husband and may be staying with him for family or lifestyle reasons. Maybe she needs to know the truth to help her confront her own life and her own happiness. What about a letter, anonymous. This way she won't feel awkward with you.
What makes you think she doesn't already know? If she's not having sex with him, she should suspect that he is getting it somewhere.
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How do you tell your husband that you've been cheating on him with his best friend for the last 10 years and you've been married for 10 years?
Answer You don't; if you love your husband just stop cheating; if you don't love you husband, tell him you don't love him and file for a divorce.
You can't work on the issues in your marriage with your husband until he's a full partner in the marriage again. This is impossible unless he ends the affair completely-…-which he hasn't done. An affair doesn't truly end when the sex ends, it ends when the affair partners cease contact with eachother. Keeping in contact only feeds the emotional high both parties got from the affair. Unfortunately, this also sounds like gaslighting---your husband and the affair partner are claiming to be only friends, while there is still an emotional (and possibly sexual) relationship going on without your knowledge. Your husband isn't making a choice here; he's simply hoping to keep both his marriage and his relationship with the affair partner. You need to make the best choice for yourself at this time. Privately go to an attorney, look through your finances and have an honest talk with your husband. Demand, not ask, that he make a choice---either he becomes a full partner in the marriage by going to counseling with you and completely ending contact with the affair partner (even if it means changing jobs or moving), or he needs to leave the marital residence ASAP and expect a divorce.
You let him go and you cut her and him out of your life for good don't go back go straight.
If she is a true friend, you should not tell her husband that she is cheating. You should do everything you can to help her keep it a secret from her husband, including …lying for her. Real friends are a rarity.
The only sure fire way is to ask him.
ANSWER: Big time no , no and it's immoral, so you need to stop before you hurt many people
YES!!!! ANSWER: If you think this will stop what they were doing, do so, but make sure that you have some good evidence that will back up your story. If not things might go …bad for you. Good luck!!
How can you be sure that your husband's female friend tells you that your husband is cheating on you?
... Ask him...
How can you be sure that your husband female friend is telling the truth that your husband is cheating on you?
The way to find out the truth regarding your husband's female friend is by facing and asking him. If he goes red in the face; won't look you in the eyes; moves from foot to fo…ot; protests too much; goes into another room or leaves the house on you then his so called friend is probably telling the truth because he is probably cheating with her.
I guess yes you can because he may not want intercourse as much, know new things,or just give you the plain main signs. He may have difficulty in achieving an erection, o…r it may take longer than normal. This could mean he is cheating, or masturbating a lot, or both.
Because they're his friends. ANSWER: Two things, it could be that he is trying to talk to his friend who's cheating and telling him what will happen if he don't stop. Or mayb…e, and I mean maybe his wondering how it feels betraying the wife of his friends. No one knows except him, but give him the benefit of a doubt, and talk to him..
tell her right out don't hold back if she is your true friend then i would write it as honestly as possible .
I would say to talk to him about it, if he is gay, well at least you'll have a new gay best friend who knows you well. Don't forget that he did marry you, which probably means… that, even though he is not sexually attracted to you, he undoubtedly loves you. No matter how hurt you are, you need to accept him for who he is, because what you think will probably be really important to him. If you do have children, let them see their dad, it would be unfair to take it out on them, it could also encourage disobedience, as they might try to sneak out and see them. Don't try to hide their fathers sexuality from them. If they found out you had been hiding it, they may be pretty angry at you. Also, keep the split amicable. What you say and do now will eventually come back round. The pettier you are, the less respect they will have for you in the future. If you are tempted to get back with him, imagine how you would feel if he had cheated on you with a women, because it is essentially the same. But it is your choice. Do what is best for you. As for your friend, remain open minded until you talk to them. There may be a reason for what he did to you. Remain calm when you talk to him, don't lash out ( however tempting ). The result of this conversation will tell you if he's remorseful, or not. It is your decision how you react to him afterward. Don't get violent, it will not help. Take the help you need from family/friends, it is for times like this that they are there for, but don't take the liberty. And, at the end of the day, all of what I have just said is objective. Only follow my advise if you think that it will help.
He wouldn't be able to keep his hands off of you(not talking about physical abuse either)
no because that would make things awkward
As a true friend, it'd be best that you did. If you know for fact he is, and can back it up with some sort of proof then keeping it from her will only hurt her more in the end…. She may feel betrayed by not only her husband but her friend as well. You should go about it carefully, though. Don't just blatantly blurt it out, nor should you reveal it to her with others, including her husband, around. Start up by letting her know you have something important to tell her and tell her the degree of importance and that it's something that may change her life. Let her know how personal it is and how painful knowing this may be, but don't beat around the bush too much or she may think you're joking around with her. Again, keeping it secret can be very harmful to her, in the end. If he isn't using protection while he has sexual relations with others, he runs the risk of giving her a disease and possibly one she can't ever cure. She has a right to know what he's doing so that she can make a choice for herself.
First, are you absolutely sure he did ? How badly ? How good of a friend is it ? Is it really any of your business ? Most people don't want to hear this kind of thing even if …they should. He will most likely get caught on his own without you saying anything. Your friend may not believe you and you lose a friend without gaining anything. Of course, you can always ask him how it went with the other woman. Just in casual conversation with him alone. So, was (blank) any good ?