She’s brought up her friend’s flirting with her husband and clued him in on how she felt about it. But at the same time, she doesn’t want to make her husband feel like he can’t be social with anyone, as he doesn’t have that many friends, to begin with.
So now, she’s given up on butting in whenever her friend starts flirting with her husband.
“But it’s eating at me,” she added.
“I feel less close to him when he welcomes this. So it is damaging in its own special way.”
How should she approach this situation with her friend without causing too much drama?
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