Show Notes for Thursday, July 15, 2021


Dear John,

My neighbor has been a little flirty since I moved in a few years ago. I've always just been polite and never led him on at all. His wife is a wonderful woman and has become a bit of a friend. We don't hang out or anything, but she's very nice. Over the weekend she was gone for a few days and her husband was more flirty than ever before. He even tried to get me to come over saying “she's gone for the weekend so you can stay over if you want”. I didn't join him. I actually went to visit my mother to get away from the whole awkward thing. My mom said I should tell his wife what happened. I'm not sure what to do since nothing really happened. But it could have if I would have been even remotely interested. Should I say something to her? Maybe she knows. I would feel really bad to be the one who would break up a marriage, but it's not really anything I'm doing. What do you think?

Signed – Uncomfortable Neighbor

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