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Re: Feelings for boss

Postby reckoner » Mon Aug 14, 2017 9:37 pm

Just to add that I don't see what telling your husband will achieve, especially if the intention is simply to manage your own feelings. I imagine it will just hurt him immensely, make the existing rift much deeper and make a deeply unpleasant atmosphere during the little time you have together. This is your problem and I think the best thing you can do is deal with it yourself.
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Re: Feelings for boss

Postby Happy2020 » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:04 pm

I think he smelt like 'damp' today and it really put me off. He also didn't make sense in a strategic meeting and I'm now beginning to wonder whether he is as intelligent as I initially thought he was. I am slowly getting there and I hope each day brings similar issues to those above. I'm also beginning to feel comfortable talking about my husband more. I've also noticed how he has a wondering eye for other women in the office.
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