He is trying to find a new job and I told him he is not allowed to work with her and if he does he can either quit on spot or I will quit and leave. The schedule has been changed for the most part but there is a day this week they are supposed to work together. I can't deal with that, it happened at work and I am not going to sit at home the entire time wondering what their doing. He is assistant manager of a restaraunt and she is a waitress. He would wait until closing when everyone left and push booths together to get it on. Am I being unreasonable? He said he will tell the boss he can't be there with her (the boss knows) or he will have to quit. But I know he does need a job until he can find a new one. I work and we could make do on what I make but it would be really hard. I am so mad at him for putting us in this spot. Not just for the affair but for making it affect his job and our bills. His boss basically told him to look for another one but that she wouldn't fire him, however. What have you done or would do if you were me?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:19 AM on Dec. 29, 2010 in Relationships
Answer by maggiebella25 at 10:25 AM on Dec. 29, 2010
Answer by ErinML at 10:23 AM on Dec. 29, 2010
I would have kicked him to the curb that first time, betrayal is not something I could live with, you will have this looming over your relationship for ever, this is one of the many reasons it would not work for me. You are not being unreasonable, you have been burned and being sensitive, a totally normal reaction, but these and many more are the things you go through when you forgive betrayal.
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