I normally have such a good head on my shoulders... However, there is this man. He was my boss over four years. Back then I thought he was the bees knees. However he was older then me and married with children. I was also with my long term partner who is now my husband. It was clear though that we would of made a very good match.
We worked very close with each other and he taught me everything about my job and got me promoted. Even when he left the job and I moved on, we still kept in touch. Every time we meet now to catch up it feels as if there is more there then there should be. The longer we don't catch up, the more exciting it becomes.
Well anyway, he has recently phoned for coffee and a chat and by the message he left for me I think he is going to offer me a job, with him. I am looking for a new job now, and he was a good boss. But even though it may be a good job, is it safe to take it? I am still married and do not want another man in my life. As far as I know so is he.
Please, I can't talk to anybody about this. My husband would not understand and my friends know who he is. I've never told anyone.
Basically, if this is a dream job, should I even consider it?
Weighing The Options
Dear Weighing the Options,
The best thing you can do is break any relations you have with this old boss. He is no good for you and in the end you will be the loser. He has a wife and children and is only looking for a good time.
MY ADVICE TO YOU IS DON'T GET INVOLVED WITH A MARRIED MAN - YOU HAVE A HUSBAND = STICK WITH HIM. STAY AWAY FROM THIS CHARACTER.
A WORD OF CAUTION,
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