My wife and a former supervisor had a strong friendship in which both confided in each other on just about everything. Although the thought of my wife having a male friend bothered me to a slight degree, I let that feeling go because I saw my wife benefit greatly from talking to him. After he was shipped off to Irag, they kept in touch through email. One day, I accidentally came across one email he wrote to her in which he said "while all the other guys are sitting around thinking and talking about their wives and girlfriends, I'm thinking of you." (She left the email open on the computer.) After then searching through her email, I found many more such endearing phrases in previous emails. I then proceeded to tell her I didn't like her talking to him. She became mad and bitter about it. I feel guilty for breaking the friendship up, but don't think I can help it. Your input would be appreciated.
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