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Thursday’s Delilah’s Dilemma: Next Door

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Tonight’s dilemma is from a woman who after a short separation from her husband has fallen in love with someone else.

“Margaret” recently had a short separation with her husband. During that time she has fallen in love with her former neighbor. the dilemma is, he is married to her friend. They really love each other. But, don’t know what to do.

What words of wisdom can Delilah offer that will help Margaret with her dilemma?

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  • Brianna Huffman

    I would like to request a song for my parents! But i cant find the phone number! The song is Drops of jupiter!

  • Jill

    I happen to have very strong feelings about this dilemma. During a time when my husband and I were having some difficulty in our marriage, I found out about a “friendship” between my husband and an old friend from highschool who was also married. They were talking on the phone for at least an hour a day on the cell ph. It was particularly frustrating because my husband barely talked to me at all. These phone calls were all made as soon as my husband jumped into the car to go to work, all in secret. Looking at the phone records, it was obvious to me that they were having an affair. Upon confronting about it, he says they mostly were “catching up” from highschool, and discussing religion. I believed he was telling me the truth about the nature of their discussions, but I was convinced that they were absolutely having an emotional affair that would inevitably lead to an absolute and total affair. I explained to him that in fairness to me as his wife, while he was deciding whether to stick it out in our marriage, that he cut off all contact with the old friend. You see, when a marriage is on the rocks, it seems like other people, friends, neighbors one may confide in, are more understanding and it makes it seem like it’s ok to form an emotional attachment based on that alone. A person’s ability to take a step back and weigh such matters of the dissolution of a marriage, is not objective. It is much better to speak with a professional counselor to obtain a truly objective point of view about such weighty matters. Too many times, in the name of sorting out feelings with the help of a friend of the opposite sex becomes a pandora’s box when developing feelings and becoming “more than friends”. This is truly defines “rebound relationships”. Whether it’s an emotional affair that hasn’t reached to the physical aspect, or a blatant full-on affair, it is still the ultimate insult on so many levels to the other spouses. It ruins friendships and is the cause of so much heartache, hostility etc, and it’s kicked up several more notches when there are children involved. A good rule of thumb to live by is to think about how your children would react to such behavior and if you believe your children would be let down by your bad example, then that’s as good a reason as any that it is the wrong choice. Our society is so wrapped up in selfish desires and quick fixes that it’s no wonder that the rate of divorce is so high.

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