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11-28-2009 @ 5:18PM
If I was your wife, I'd be fairly concerned about this post. Yes, online friendships are real and important, but not at the expense of committed relationships. This is not a WoW issue, as has been stated multiple times by the Mamas and other commenters.The problem with online affairs is that they always just start as "2 adults talking" and can very quickly escalate, as it did in this case. If you're in a committed, monogamous relationship there is no earthly reason for you to be spending that much time in vent alone with someone who is not your partner, let alone texting and calling. Particularly when your committed, monogamous relationship is in trouble (and your "friend's" is also).If there were problems in the marriage, the husband needed to talk to his wife about them. Period. Too many affairs even offline start out with unhappy people "comforting" each other like that. Too many people are afraid of confrontation and would rather escape than communicate. Mix that in with an environment that is tailor made for escapism and it's a recipe for disaster.
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