DEAR DEIDRE: I PUT up with my wife’s friendship with a gay man she met at work.
They regularly go out together and she talks about him non-stop.
She wants me and our two children to accept him as a friend, but I’m not keen.
My wife’s 57 and I’m 59. We’ve been happily married for 28 years.
They go out for lunch and constantly text or call one another. This guy’s 55. She even has a key for his flat.
It has started to get too much for me. Regardless, she has carried on seeing him and recently came home with an expensive necklace he’d given her on her birthday.
I saw red and threw it outside. She now says she wants a divorce.
How can she choose a friendship over family?
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DEIDRE SAYS: Your wife has a new best friend who isn’t you. That is enough to make you uncomfortable, no matter their gender.
But some women form intense bonds with gay men because they know there is no sexual attraction there.
Tell your wife you want to be introduced to her friend and join them occasionally for lunch.
Better to make him a friend than an enemy.
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