Can you imagine telling your husband that you fell in love with your co-worker? Welp, that's what happened to this husband. One weekend he's chillin' at home with his wife and then the next thing he knows, she lays down the bomb that she's in love with her co-worker! *gasp* Sounds unbelievable right?
Take a look for yourself:
Dear Steve and Shirley,
I need some real advice here. I've been married for a year and my wife recently started a new job. She was enjoying her job and everything seemed to be going in the right direction. One weekend when we were chillin at home and my wife discussed, confessed that she is falling for a man at her new job. I never suspected anything and I was shocked that she admitted it. I was very hurt, but she begged me to be patient and help her work through this. She was truthful about everything and seemed to be genuinely sorry. So I said, I told her we could move past it. She said she was going to avoid him at work and it would all be fine. Well later she came to me and told me that she and the guy couldn't avoid each other at work and now they are in love with each other. She told me that he lives with his girlfriend though, so that's keeping them from being together. I found his girlfriend and met up with her. She already knew everything and she was not leaving her man. Now here I am all confused because my wife is still doing her wifely duties at home like cooking, cleaning giving me regular foot massages and making good love to me. When she makes love to me, it seems like she still wants to be with me, but I can't shake the feeling that she's only here because she can't be with her co-worker boyfriend. I don't want to be a fool and let her continue to play house with me. Should I give her an ultimatum or should I wait for this to blow over? Maybe it's just a workplace fling. I can't even think straight. What do you think?
How could he consider staying with her, knowing she is in love with someone else? All I can think of is damn "[he] got it bad!" *cues Usher*
Take a listen to see what Shirley and Steve have to say: