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OPP: Workplace Friends Or Affair?

Today’s OPP comes from Jennifer:
Yi! I think my best friend's husband is having an affair. I work at the same warehouse as him and noticed he has been spending a lot of time with one of the girls there. They are always in the break room together, and they have lunch together almost every day. They work in the same department and they’re always laughing and telling inside jokes. Why would they spend so much time together if something more wasn’t going on? I don't know what to do because I would be upset if I found out my husband was acting like this with a woman he works with. Should I tell my friend or not?
Slacker thinks that maybe they are friends at work. They can talk and have things in common and just work together. Yet how do you know when it is something more or the start of something. What if an affair is really going on and they are trying to make it look like they are friends. Steve thinks if you talk to your friend and nothing is going on it will cause problems between them because if he is ever late she will assume he is cheating. Neither one would want to get involved.
I don’t think she should get involved unless she knows something is going on. Your friend might not like that he has a friend at work that is a girl, but you don’t want to accuse someone of something that you are not sure of. Not a lots of people work with their friends husband, and you’re not there to babysit him. He knows you work there and if something was going on I would think he would try to hide it from you. If your friend comes to you and says that she thinks her  husband is going behind her back then you should talk to her.
What do you think Jennifer should do? Tell her friend, or keep out of it?
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03/14/2012 4:38PM
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