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Handling Someone Hitting On Your Spouse

What To Do When An Outsider Comes In Between A Couple


Following are some suggestions for how you should react to a situation in which someone is trying to hit or make a pass on your spouse.

Make sure that the other person was actually flirting and trying to hit on your spouse or if it was just an act of lighthearted playfulness from one or both sides.

Find out if the other person was specifically hitting on your spouse with a vulgar intention or if that’s the way they behave with everyone in a public setting.

Take one full step back and analyze the entire situation before plunging into anything serious and don’t do anything that you may regret later.

Examine how your spouse reacts to the whole thing and see if there is any foul play from their side as well, but don’t accuse anyone until you are sure.

Realize the fact that your spouse is an attractive person and that’s why you got attracted to them, now that same attraction is attracting someone else towards them.

Take this as a wake-up call to take your relationship seriously because outsiders are more likely to sneak in when they see a whole in a relationship.

Never make the mistake of assuming that your spouse in any way enabling or provoking the other person to flirt with them unless you have any solid proof to back your notion.

Do not blame your spouse until proven guilty as you may be unknowingly accusing someone innocent for a wrongdoing that they have not even committed.

Give the other person a chance to explain for their behavior before you take their jaw out of their head or pull their throat out of their mouth.

If you find your spouse enjoying someone else hitting on them, talk to them first instead of resorting to revenge flirting by doing the same thing to someone else in order to get back at them.

Give a polite warning and ask the person to back off and if they still don’t listen then give them a stern warning before taking matters in your own hands.

Be open and candid with your spouse about the fact that it is making you feel uncomfortable and they should put an immediate stop to any flirtatious behavior whatsoever.

Keep in mind that light playful flirting doesn’t amount to infidelity until it crosses the line, so refrain from jumping to any conclusions too soon.

Try not to make a scene in front of everyone, instead take the person to a corner for a personal conversation to sort out things without creating any chaos.

Take your spouse in confidence and tell them about your concern and discuss how you both should handle the situation collectively.

Never ever get violent or abusive with your spouse or the other person as both can have some very serious consequences, instead act like a grown-up matured adult.

Always trust your partner and give them the benefit of doubt.

The above may be a little difficult to implement but that’s the ideal way to deal with a situation in which someone is trying to hit or make a pass on your spouse.
Date Posted/Updated On: 12/10/2016
Author: ispace1


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