Hope you're fighting fit for Monday morning - and it's not all boo, hiss! I had an interesting e-mail from someone who suspects their sister-in-law is cheating on their brother... never a good situation when you only suspect such things about another.
Even if you have actual proof that someone’s being cheated on it doesn't necessarily mean you should say anything.
Why would I say that? Often the person knows they're being cheated on and they don't like it rubbed in. You have to think very carefully before interfering in someone's relationship like that.
TODAY’S TIP: If you feel you should say something then be aware of your facts... you could turn something innocent into more than it is.
Where did you get the information about cheating? Did you actually see something or are you going on gossip?
Consider these things carefully before you end up on the receiving end of someone's anger because you put your oar in where they didn't want it.
Yes, we all care about friends and family and we don't want them harmed like this but it doesn't always come out the way you plan - believe me as an agony aunt I've heard of plenty of these stories where getting involved made things worse.
Good luck deciding what to do!
Happy Monday, Pamx