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2) Opposite sex: I’m not saying don’t have friends with the opposite sex, but this is a good clue to their being a potential problem ;o) 3) Many years age difference: Having a close relationship with a girl many years younger, or a guy who is much older (and of course it can go vice versa in this new world of the Couga!For example, if you are in touch with them more than your own partner, then that’s definitely not a good sign.6) Degree of innuendo: It’s often considered quite normal for their to be innuendo within the office or social situations, and peer pressure can mean that people ignore what may be crossing the line, so I refer you back to the ‘shoe on the other foot’ rule!Plus, women have rules of engagement that we understand, like lionesses marking our territories, however men probably don’t notice these subtleties at all.The question I got was: ‘I keep having friendships with women that seem to cross some kind of invisible line that my wife can see, but I don’t see.If you are reading this and need more help, please do feel free to get in touch via my Facebook page – I can always do a session with you via Skype (a lot of my clients are international). ) to enjoy being a Mum more with my books and blog (I don't get much time to work 1to1 with people now a days).
You'll see on my blog the series 'Sparkling You' which birthed my Amazon bestseller on how to get more contentment, time, energy, space, money and sparkle in your life.
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7) Discussing partners: You might think that this means that the friendship is safe, because you are clearly pointing out the fact that you are taken. If they don’t know your partner and you haven’t or wouldn’t introduce them, then you need to think twice about the friendship.
Plus, if you are discussing things about your relationship with this friend and not your partner, then it is definitely going in the wrong direction. If you are talking to someone of the opposite sex, they might be sympathetic to you because you are friends, but they should also be giving you an insight into the mind of your partner.
Then the series 'No Diets and Bootcamps' birthed my second book for busy mums about weight loss the healthy, fit and forever way, which I'm still in the process of finishing.