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    Platinum Member Jibralta's Avatar
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    Mar 2016
    I would definitely be all over that.

    Yes, he should take the lead himself and nip it in the bud.

    But I like to reiterate my boundaries every once in a while, just to make sure we are on the same page, and that nobody is slipping.

    I would just come right out and say it: "What the hell is that? I do not like that." We can speak plainly to each other. It's the best way.

    Then he has no doubt about my feelings and has an opportunity to correct the situation.

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    Platinum Member Rose Mosse's Avatar
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    Originally Posted by dodadei3
    Hey, looking for some input on this. my husband's nephew has a ex girlfriend who has been in the family since before I married my husband. She been around for over 10 years and we get alone well alone. He is like a big brother to her, their both in their early 30s and a bit immature. so she sent my husband some pics of her and her son and another friend out and about.she also sent one with her sitting on a bed with a skin tight low cut cleavage showing dress. Now I know my husband is not interested in her that way, and I don't see her as a threat. So my question is this: should I talk to my husband about setting bounties with her, and let him take care of it. Because this bothered me, and she crossed the line and I did not appreciate it. If I decide to speak with him how would I broach the subject? or do I let it go?

    The problem is your husband whom you've also classed as 'immature'. You don't see her as a threat but your husband's using her anyway for attention. If he and you were on the same page this wouldn't be happening. Unfortunately I think you should take another look at your marriage. It might not be what you think.

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