I have a friend, whom cried to me about his marital problems. We are close family friends, our wives grew up together, and we've known each other for over ten years. He said he might be seeking a divorce. I then confided in him, that I was seeking one. (throughout this whole process, our wives have been spending an exorbinate amount of time together, crying on each other's shoulders about their bad marriages (that they created by both having affairs, etc.) He said he might need to talk to my atty. at some point and asked me about retainer's, etc. Long and short. Today, my stbx wife at our counseling session, said she'd heard a "rumor" that I already filed for divorce. I answered yes, and the cat was out of the bag. My question is, and I already know the answer, what if anything should I say to my "friend" who obviously told his estranged wife, who told my soon to be ex. This is frustrating. He told me repeatedly that I could confide in him and he'd keep the information between him and me. I am glad I didn't tell him other things about what I am doing to protect myself in the divorce process, however, I know I shared more information now, knowing I have a breach of confidence in one of my support people, whom now I can't trust or confide in...
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