THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!
My neighbor is getting married next year. I met several of her friends at her Halloween party. I'm not sure if I should get involved, but her maid of honor is not a very good friend. She was drinking at the party and she told me she's making bets on how long my neighbor's marriage will even last. I asked her how they knew one another. She has been a friend since first grade. The lady is single and seems pretty unhappy. I think maybe she's jealous, but either way, it's pretty bad to say things like this. Should I say something to my neighbor? Should I get involved at all or not?
Signed – Wondering Neighbor
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