I am of the opinion that this friend must either 1. His/her partner must come clean and admit about the affair I still have nothing to say in this.
I will however be there to help this friend, listen, give some of my wisdom if it is asked for (otherwise I do not).
In other words, it would seem to be the outlook, in which the act that would produce the most good is morally required.
But the pull of the right thing, which follows a general principle other than "do the most good," is very strong as well; we often hear people say, "it's OK, you did the right thing," when doing the right thing doesn't turn out well.
I see her doing something dangerous, I might say to be careful (unless she is playing with a chainsaw, then I will force her to stop). Let's say a friend of mine asks me if I think that his/her partner is cheating.
This is yet another example of the never-ending debate between the right and the good.
but looking at her in those tight clothes i couldn't help but stare, i have decided today is the day i finally get the balls to make a move on her.
So, if you know someone is a serial adulterer and is currently having another affair, would it be better to tell his wife? On the one hand, you feel your friend is being wronged, and we don't like seeing wrong being done, whatever we feel the response should be—at the very least we want it to stop, especially when the one being hurt is someone we care about.
"Jenny am leaving without you in five minutes" Devin yelled. Jacob is my brothers long time best friend he is all so the caption of the football team and hot as hell.
"OK OK down in 2" I yelled back as I hasty finished putting on my make up, one last check in the mirror my hair is jet black straight down to my shoulders. "about damn time" my brother said handing me an apple as we got in his car but he pulled me back before i got in "HEY" I shouted at him"ehy the fuck are you grabbing me"..."what the fuck are you wearing!!