Is it right to have a coffee?
March 28, 2009 10:15am CST
My friend has a long term relationship, with a son. In the mean time she made friendship with a men over on-line english classes. That man moved to her country and ask if they could have a coffee, just a coffee and nothing else as he needed to get contact with local people. She accepted that coffee, chose a crowdy place, took another friend with her and her son. Turns up that some months later her partner got to know that she had that coffee (she told him during a conversation), and got furious with her. For him is cheating (even if nothing happened) for her it was an non intentional accompained meeting with someone knew. Things are not ok between them, coz their analyses is completly different and he thinks she was cheating. What do you think and how can they fix the relation?
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29 Mar 09
Jealousy is ruling the heart of her partner.It will be better,if she could explain again,that they met in a common place and with common friend and son and they didn't have any other meeting.And that meeting too is a respectful homage and nothing more than that.If that partner cannot be convinced still,then your friend is in deep trouble.Hope he will understand her.Cheers!
28 Mar 09
i will categorize this meeting as cheating as well. i guess coming from different point of views, they will never agree to it at the same level and will never end their arguments about it if no one will understand the other party. maybe they should try to understand the other person more, make her and him explain their own sides, only by understanding that they can fully patch things up.