IF BOTH ARE FRIENDS PICK WHICH ONE YOU WANT TO LOOSE, BECAUSE WHEN ITS ALL OVER THE OTHER WILL HEAR EVERYTHING YOU SAID WHEN THEY GET BACK OUT OF THIS PROBLEM--STAY IN THE MIDDLE OR LOOSE ONE
You let friend B confront friend A.....you shouldn't be stuck in the middle
I agree with everyone. If you are not careful, Friend A will get angry if you don't defend her and Friend B will get angry thinking you hid things from her, so you end up losing both friends. <br />
I think you should just insist you know nothing, keep out of it and don't get in the middle. Tell Friend B to talk to Friend A as you know nothing, have heard nothing etc<br />
Then you can visit Friend A in hospital after Friend B has visited her with a ba<x>seball bat
She is confronting you because she already knows something. You should just answer her questions.
You are not involved, keep it that way. Tell B it is none of your business
I have a friend (ex coworker) who is cheating on her husband. It isn't the first time. Another friend exposed her deception to her husband's family and it turns out he is aware of the "rumors" but chooses not to believe it. These various men (younger) have become buddies with her husband and hang out at her house. They even stay the night, go shopping with her, hang out without him around...she has had sex with 4 of them and attempted to have sex with 3 others but they were scared. She is open about her relations with her family and friends but shhhhushes it to him and his family. He no longer associates with his other friends and has done some questionable things himself. They have two kids who are being pushed aside with all the partying mom and dad are doing lately. Their 4 year old refuses to potty train and is acting out violently. No one can convince her she needs to stop acting like an out of control party girl and start being responsible.
The children are the issue here. I normally stay out of that, maybe he is a cuckold husband and likes it. fine but if the children are being neglected or exposed to this it may be time for child services to be involved. be very careful and sure before you do anything.
Keep a.discreet distance
She already knows-so tell her to talk to her husband--and leave it at that.
Friend B needs to talk to her HUSBAND. And yes, stay out of it.
confront it to Friend A