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We’ve got a lighter #OHSOREALScenario tonight and Amanda needs your advice:
Amanda 36 and Juan 38 have been happily married for four years. While things are going great, Amanda thinks she might need to tell her husband something he may not be happy about. Two weeks ago Amanda received a message on Facebook from an old ex-boyfriend and the two exchanged numbers to catch up. They talked for over 2 hours about all they had done since they dated in college and haven’t had any contact since. The ex-boyfriend has been liking some of the pictures Amanda posted on Facebook recently and she is worried that her husband might notice.
Amanda says the ex-boyfriend was very respectful when they talked and didn’t try anything inappropriate but she knows Juan is jealous and might feel a certain way about their innocent conversation. Amanda wants to know should she tell Juan she spoke with an ex-boyfriend from college or keep it to herself to prevent any animosity from Juan? What do you suggest she do about her guilty conscious?
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