I was cheated on by my ex-gf, and my sister and several of my freinds knew about it, but didn't tell me (including hitting on one of my freinds when I was in the same room asleep). When I found out I was just as upset with my sister and freinds as I was with her. I would tell.
All of these answers are so good that I really have nothing further to add.
No your not obligated,but if he has some doubt whether she is or not yes.If he is a friend and finds out you knew and didn't tell that could turn out not so good to .It all depends on good of a friend he is,how serious they are .Any decision you make could turn out bad ,go with what you can live with .
Age old question . Puts you in a real awkward position , yes , sorry . In all honesty , don't get involved when it isn't your affair and be a friend to help pick up the pieces when it hits the fan for them .
In relationships and marriages it's best to stay out of their business because they both might turn on you. What's in the "Dark" will come to "Light". You don't have no obligation to them,they are the ones who are supposed to be obligated to one another. You stay "Neutral".
follow your heart instead of your head on this msatter yiour heart is always right when it comes to feelings. your head is full of what society thinks is right
Nope. your not their mommy or their minder. but if you want to be a busy body then stick your nose in there and see how it turns out.
People tend to know when their partner is cheating on them. I've seen people react to someone else noticing. These people generally are in deep denial or too immature to handle the embarrassment and the reaction tends to be negative against the person giving them information. Prepare for your friendship to die if you tell your friend, but the key will be to understand, they were never really your friend if they treat you bad for letting them know what you saw.
leave ti it could b just aone off fling youll do more harm than good
thats the last thing you do cause as soon as you do, youre in the middle of it. you said this, you said that.
No, there is no obligation for you to become a pernicious snit.
You're not "obligated", it's really none of your business. Obviously you're going to do what you want, but keep in mind that if you're revealed as the source of the information and then he forgives her (happens more than you might think), things will be beyond awkward.
This reminds me of that "I saw what you did" movie...it didn't turn out well for the girls that said that....and so..............
I'd try confronting the girl. You are definitely not obligated to tell him. It's up to you.
Oooh....that's a slippery slope....you must really know what your true purpose and intention is in telling him....then do what you think is right...good luck with that!
You are not 'obligated' to do anything, however...<br />
What your conscience tells you afterward is important. Could you live knowing you could have prevented him from making look foolish or that situation is for them to resolve on their own?