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    fucked up story

    A friend of mine confessed me that he f...... his son's girlfriend 3 weeks ago, and he's asking me my opinion on this. He's 48, she's 23. My personnal reaction on this was he was totally fucked up to play in his own son's back. I told him that he was an egocentric SOB to do such a thing. We haven't talked since. Have I been too harsh on him? Am I too judgemental? Before calling him back, I would like to hear from you guys, if you have ever been confronted to a similar story ? How would u feel if your best friend would come to you with this confession? Honnestly, i wouldnt see myself doing this to my own son,that's why I am reacting this way. Do you have any advise for me please?

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    Shame on the so-called father ( he don't deserve to be called a father ) and shame on the girl.

    I wouldn't call this guy back. Backstabbing his son like this? Nobody needs this type of person in their life, just my two cents.

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    She's a tramp and he is a disgraceful pig doing that to his child.
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    I was faced with the identical situation a couple months back. Without getting into any details, you told him what he truly is. I went even so far as to call him a f****** degenerate whore. A dad would never resort to such baseless inconsiderate acts on his kid. I haven't spoken to him since and somehow I don't think I have made a mistake.

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    Shame on the father for doing that...some boundaries are just not meant to be broken.

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    Seems to be a pattern as far as opinions go on this one...and I agree...he's a piece of shit and the girl...well...same.

    Your question should be....how do you tell the kid that both his father and his girl betrayed him?

    I think he needs to know...but it's something that needs to be contemplated carefully as the damage will be significant to say the least.

    Good luck.

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    good point jtf2!

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    I think the son deserves to know about this.

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    W T F

    ...the son should hear it from his father. The father must then do all he can to be forgiven and accept the consequences that will come with it...

    I can't even imagine if I were to hear it from someone else... that shit breaks families.
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    I do not have enough of the details to go on. There may be some extinuating circumstances.

    I sure know that i would like a crack at a few of my son's GFs. Not saying I'd do it

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    I have seen and heard about some sickos. I know a guy that fucked her daughters friends, he pulls out some weed and they party. Then there is the mom that fucks her daughters BFs when she brings them home. It is a sick world just under the surface.

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    Interesting thread! But so far I haven't read any response that addresses the original question as I see it. Marky123 is not asking opinions on the morality of his friend's actions, but rather on what his attitude should have been (be) towards his friend. He seems to have a serious affection for him and does not want to loose his friendship. Not knowing the story's details, I will not make any further moral judgment. Nor will I give direct advice to Marky123. But i do want to say that a true friend does not judge, yet he has the right and the duty to confront the other with what he has done. I would say that a confrontation that takes the form of insults is not exactly non-judgmental. If I was in a situation like the one described, I would ask my friend a lot of questions in a non-threatening way, to help him reach his own conclusion.

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    Never shit where you eat, imagine the consequences.

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    What was done was really bad but Orgone is right I don't think we have enough details to draw our own conclusions. And to answer the question, I think he definitely should call his "best friend" and talk it out. What he has done was morally wrong but he did not commit any illegal crimes etc... I would not want to throw away a great relationship for a mistake of this magnitude. If you are a friend of mine, you are a friend for life. There are only 2 situations that would break my friendship: 1) if you physically, emotionally or mentally harmed myself, family or friends and 2) If you committed a "serious" illegal act, for example, homicide, rape, terrorism etc...
    IMHO

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    Quote Originally Posted by orgone View Post
    Marky123 is not asking opinions on the morality of his friend's actions, but rather on what his attitude should have been (be) towards his friend. He seems to have a serious affection for him and does not want to loose his friendship.

    But i do want to say that a true friend does not judge, yet he has the right and the duty to confront the other with what he has done.
    The age difference isn't a problem. Most of us are having sex with women half our age. Betraying your son is a grave problem. How can anyone risk losing a son's trust. No question this is big.

    If it was only a mistake let it go. If the father is putting sex above his son's trust and their relationship then he needs someone to remind him what is important in life.

    It's not about morality to remind dad his son is far more important than getting some.

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