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Sunday Confessional: I Think My Friend's BF Is Secretly Married

This week's confessional comes from our anonymous Confession Booth group in the TrèsSugar Community. Feel free to weigh in with your advice in the comments.

A friend of mine at work just got in a relationship with this guy she's been talking to off and on for the last 3 years, but he's always out of town. When he is out of town she doesn't hear from the guy.

My other co-workers have tried to give her advice to dig and do a background check on him. I know personal experience finding out the truth about someone later on in the relationship hurts and I don't want the friend to go through that hurt. Honestly I think the man is married. Time will tell, it always does.


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dikke-kus dikke-kus 5 years
She knows. She's probably to afraid to find out for sure though. She'll have to find out on her own at some point.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
There's really not much else you can do. This will be a lesson she'll have to learn to the hard way if she's not willing to listen to the advice she's already gotten.
pink-elephant pink-elephant 5 years
seems sketchy...but until more facts are known, it's probably best not to assume. To give a guy the benefit of a doubt, maybe he's not the type who is very good about keeping in touch. As some people say "out of sight, out of mind." Some girls I know are guilty of the very same thing.
skigurl skigurl 5 years
i agree, you've told her your concerns, now just let her figure it out for herself and don't bother getting involved
ShaynaLeah ShaynaLeah 5 years
the sad truth is that if its something she doesn't want to hear, then she's not going to see it - and if you try to tell her in the meantime, odds are she's going to lash out at you. Your best bet is to stay out of it, and be there for her when it falls apart.
soapbox soapbox 5 years
You've told her your opinion and that's the end of it. She's knows something is up and she just doesn't want to face the truth. It's her life; leave her alone.
mix-tape mix-tape 5 years
You should tell her about your suspicions, but you cannot do anything more than that or you will risk being the messenger of bad news, which may backfire after she discovers the truth. This also sounds like the plot from the movie Valentine's Day!
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