2020年1月4日 星期六

Should I Tell My Friend Her Husband Is Cheating on Her?

When an affair effects a friendship

My husband and I have been friends with another couple for many years. We have spent vacations together as well as many holidays. My friend and I are very close — like sisters. Recently a mutual acquaintance who knows my friend’s husband well told me that he has been cheating on my friend on and off for years with someone who once worked with him.

I know that if I reveal this information, my friend will take their child and leave her husband. Do I sit on this information and pretend the affair isn’t happening, or do I tell her?

Read the Ethicist’s reply here.

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