I work with a guy who is involved ‘romantically’ with two of my female co-workers. Neither of women appear to know about the other. The guy usually takes the ladies (one at a time) to his parents place near work at lunch or after work when his parents aren’t there. It’s the worst kept secret and a whole bunch of us know. The two women are married and the guy is in a relationship with a girl he’s bought a house with and who seems to be ready to settle down with him. For the sake of that girl – who I’ve met and I think is really nice – should we take it upon ourselves to say something to one of the people involved or their partners? I know it’s not my business but how long should we all stand by and let this continue? – Libby in Elora
Carlos, Dave & Laura, Thanks for the advice for my panel question. I’m sad to say nothing has been done to stop this situation. We want to out this guy but the problem is, we never know when he’s going to take one of his ladies home and when they’re there, it’s never for very long. Also, I’m not happy that Carlos didn’t share his opinion. I heard from Dave and Laura but not Carlos. 🙁
A good friend of mine is driving me nuts. She’s become very paranoid about her health and constantly talks about how she thinks she’s got this or that. SHE’S FINE! I think she’s gone for every checkup and test possible and every doctor has told her she’s in perfect health. But every time I see her, she’s talking about some issue she thinks she might have. And she’s got a new diet and workout routine that I think is going to wear her out and cause some real problems. I have to admit, I thought it was funny at first but I’m starting to worry about her mental health but that seems to be the only thing she isn’t questioning. How can I help her? – Angie in Kitchener
Hey Beat Breakfast. I want to thank you for your help with my panel a few weeks ago. After I listened and read the comments from your listeners I decided I needed to have a heart-to-heart with her. So we went out for coffee and I poured my heart out about how concerned I am about her condition and she told me it really meant a lot to her and she admitted she believed she had a serious problem. She is now seeing a therapist and tells me she’s working really hard and feeling better already. Thank you!
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