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I think that what she's doing is destructive to someone's marriage and to her self-esteem. My parents were together until my father passed away.

My fiancé's parents are still together and going strong.

She is alone most of the time and spends it waiting: waiting for her married lover to call, to come meet her, to share some precious time together.

She is not his wife, she is not mother to his children, she is not his parents' daughter-in-law.

How would any of you feel if a good friend of yours was having an affair with someone married with kids?

I can only hope the married man's wife doesn't find out.

Her chance for happiness hinges on a future that is highly uncertain, to say the least.

Your own survival is crucial, and if you do happen to fall in love with a married man, there are several hard truths you need to know. The needs of the many (namely, his family) will always outweigh your needs.

I just think she’s being unwise and kind of selfish in doing this. You’ve made the judgment that what she’s doing is wrong.

Should I just get over this and be as welcoming to him as the rest of my buddies are?

This question is from a Group Therapy post in our Très Sugar Community. One of my friends has been having an affair with a married man. Another part of me feels like this is so much not my business that I shouldn't hang out with her anymore.

Should I tell her what I think about the whole situation?

Is there a way to say it without sounding judgmental?

I'd feel very disappointed in my friend and would probably try to facilitate a discussion that allows her to look at her own moral character.

Perhaps the best advice you can give someone about having a relationship with a married man is telling her not to even start. As my friend Jenna* told me, "You can't help who you fall in love with.

I'm recently engaged and getting married in a few months and her tales of intrigue are robbing me of my peace.

My fiancé is really not the type of man that she would be interested in.

But if he ever became uber-rich, I just might have to watch my back.

This choice that she's making makes it difficult for me to be honest with her.