I personally believe there should be no secrets between spouses. BUT your friend should have told you her stance on this before she allowed you to confide in her.
there are no secrets between spouses.............are there?.....................lol
I generally think that keeping secrets from a spouse can be destructive, *most* of the time. However, in this instance, it sounds like you shared something very personal with your friend, something that her husband didn't *need* to know, and something that had absolutely no bearing on him or their marriage. As such, I don't think your friend should have told her husband.<br />
Now if your friend had stayed true to her word and *not* blabbed the information, one could look at her actions in one of two ways:<br />
1) She honored your request that the information be kept private and confidential, or:<br />
2) She deliberately withheld information from her husband, and is thus "keeping secrets"<br />
I see #1 as the much more positive interpretation, and that's how I would've viewed it had she kept quiet.<br />
All in all, it's really unfortunate that she violated your trust like that, and I wouldn't blame you at all if you felt like you had to restrict what you tell her from now on.
No how could you trust them again?They proved they will not keep it to themselves.Who is the hubby going to tell now?Time to find a new confidant.That sucks she mistreated you that way.
wow do you really think people keep secrets at you age