My husband joined a social networking site about a month ago. I've been on it for a few months before that, but never talk.
My husand talks a lot, and recently I discovered that he had said I luv you to another women! Help! This woman is single and I guess he knew her from school but they never dated. She's been only chatting to his friend for a while and out of the blue he went to her page, and made a couple of flirty comments and then I luv you!
Is this appropriate. I'm devestated. None of them have been in contact for nearly 15-20 years.
Is it appropriate for a married man to say this to another women, especially a single one?
I think all that matters is how YOU feel about it. If it bothers you, it bothers you and you need to talk to him about it. Hopefully you guys can reach an understanding and he will better understand the boundaries and stay within them. If he doesn't, then you know he wants to chat with and flirt with her more than he wants to keep you happy.
NOT appropriate, he's married to you he should be saying 'i luv you' to you not her. If it was me i would leave him , no way would i put up with that. It probably would of lead to an affair i personally think.
He obviously cares more about telling her he loves her and keeping her as a "friend" than he does about your feelings. Have you asked him to stop contact with her? I'd not put up with my husband telling another woman he loves her, even as a "joke", and refusing to cut contact.
hmmm i wouldnt believe him at all. if you try to make him 'block her' he will most likely do it behind your back anyway. whys he want to know her? i think he is chasing after her. maybe wants her or affair. leave your husband i think , you deserve better than this, your husband telling someone else who he doesnt really know that he loves them that is very strange and saying 'i love you' is not a joke , no one laughs at the words 'i love you' so it wasnt a joke at all. alot of people say ''it was a joke'' when they been found out. dont fall for it.
Well let me just tell you that yours is not an isolated incident! Social networking sites are screwing up marriages all over the place! It IS a huge problem! It's so bad that some churches are counseling their married members against using these social networking sites! They were also saying that this is the biggest problem that they are now seeing when couples are coming in for counseling!