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What if your best friend is in jail and you want to support him and be there for him but you are married your husband cheated on you and he has a girlfriend but he still wants you to be there?

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2009-11-09 01:40:35
2009-11-09 01:40:35

Hun if your husband cheated on you then i would leave him. But for your friend tell him that you are there for him always. And even if he has a gf doesnt mean he doesnt want u. Just visit him all the time, and show how much u respect him and care for him ok..

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