I don't think that I would be okay with my husband having a single female friend. So telling him that we gotta stop this friendship would be ok, right? I was just afraid that he thinks of me as a little friend/sister, if so, my speech would be so awkward
I think if that is how you would feel then I assume you know what to do. I suggest you talk with him heart to heart and see what is really his intention to you then base on that you will know what your decision would be. It is hard if you just assume anything about the two of you. You must hear it from his mouth.
but how do I know if he's attracted to me?
Totally agree! I want to talk to him about it but what if considers me as a friend/little sister and then it's all is gonna be so awkward
It's not him you have to worry about. It's the wife. How does *she* see you?
that's the point, I don't think that she knows about our weird friendship, and that's killing me
*softly* Sooner or later it's going to have to come out. But the one most directly involved should be the one to do it. That means him. It's his responsibility to explain to his wife what's going on. But you have to accept what she decides. Would you want anything different if it was you in that position? Yeah, you may lose a friend. I sincerely hope not. But it's better than interfering with a marriage.
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I can't tell if this is sarcasm...
@beachflamingo A little bit of both. It's sarcasm with a thin silver lining of truth. We didn't become civilized so we could simply to betray ourselves.
I wouldn't advise it though cause hell hath no fury like a woman scorned
that's what I think too!
I think it depends on your personality. I don't really get attached to people easily, however, the people I get attached to, I'm pretty loyal to.Most people that are super social get attached to everyone.