My brother got divorced 10 years ago and dislikes her extremely. He was betrayed by her. But my husband and I kept in touch with her over the years and chose not to judge as there are always two sides to a story and that we are all human and make mistakes. When my husband became ill with cancer, I talked to her almost everyday . She has given me total support and care and always listens to me. She has become my very best friend. I'm currently visiting her at her home for a few weeks. I did not tell my brother whom I was staying with on my visit, as I have a few other friends in this area as well and just sidestepped that issue. Well I believe he has figured it out because I haven't heard a word from him since I've been gone. He is remarried and very happy and she is a nice person. I normally hear from him a bit on email or phone call. So I don't know how to handle this. I don't want to lose my relationship with him as he has been supportive to me and I love him. But I also don't won't to lose my friendship with a person I feel truly cares about me and has been such a good friend to me. He is not confrontational, so I don't think he will bring it up, but I sense he knows. Any advice or thoughts?
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