I’m not saying you can never comment on a guy’s status, or “Like” someone’s status.
I’m just saying that if you’re tempted to turn the computer screen away so your husband won’t see, you have an issue.
I think it’s inappropriate for a married man to text with another woman, but they both think it’s harmless. I personally know a few divorces where Facebook played a major role, because someone reconnected with an old flame.
So I thought today we should address the whole technological threat to one’s marriage. If your husband won’t let you use his phone, or you hesitate before turning your phone over to him, you have an issue.
I love my husband very much, but one thing that bugs me is that he is always receiving texts from another woman at church.
He thinks it’s funny, and he keeps texting her back, but the texts don’t stop.
Communicating information is one thing (sometimes with coworkers we have to); chatting is an entirey different story.
In a work situation, it’s very easy to think of yourself as separate from your husband, because your coworkers don’t tend to know him. Now, I haven’t been in very many work situations in my marriage, so this really hasn’t been an issue for me.
If I can be totally transparent here, the only times in my marriage when I have even been remotely attracted to another man has been in a work situation, when that guy really did not know Keith.Now, those things never went anywhere, and it wasn’t as if I had a crush or anything, it’s just the only times I ever even noticed that a guy was attractive were in scenarios where my husband didn’t know the man, like during my university days.You should never be texting or talking to someone of the opposite sex in a way that would make your mate upset. If he’s texting another woman frequently, that’s a problem.I know many of you have friends that you talk to on Facebook who are guys.I was texting a co-worker (someone I’m often on tour with) recently about a few things, but Keith was right in the car with me, and I was reading it as I texted it.
(and laughed and read his reply out loud to Keith, too). But texting constantly, when your husband doesn’t know, is wrong.