Two kind of life

@kevinll (967)
December 30, 2009 12:44am CST
My friends often talk about their husbands. One friend told me that he can not trust her husband, one time he had dinner with his friends and told her he would come back at 9. At 9:30 she call him and ask why he did not come back,he said 10, then 11,12...,later she did not call him and did not believe his excuse. She often quarrel with him for small thing. Another friend told me, if her husband promise her he would come at 9, most of time he could keep it. And when he would come home he called her and brought her to see a film, even if he came home lately she would trust his explain. Trust is base on small things. What's your opinion?
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• United States
30 Dec 09
I definitely do believe that it's important to have honesty and truthfulness in relationships in order for it to work. I think in your friend's case, her husband should've at the very least, explain what he was doing and why he wanted to stay there later. I mean, things like that happen. Sometimes people have more fun than they had thought they would and they wanted to stay longer. But if he chooses to not even explain, then he is at fault. He should be more truthful about his whereabouts since he is in a committed relationship. He's married. I think that she should be a little bit more trusting of him though. She needs to understand that things like that will happen, but of course, to not completely let it go.
@maria1081 (1252)
• Philippines
30 Dec 09
Maybe one of your friend's husband is cheating on her. She have to figure it out by herself before its too late.