Niece was eye­ing my hus­band

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Dear Pas­tor

I am 57 and my hus­band is 51. I have not been well, so my niece is at the house with me. She is in her early 20s and from the time that girl put her feet in my house, she has had her eyes on my hus­band.

I asked her why she was al­ways look­ing at my hus­band in such ‘a way’. She asked me what way, and I told her that she is al­ways look­ing at his pants front. She said ‘Aunty, you are crazy’.

I told her I was not crazy, but if she knew that she loved my hus­band, she should go back to her mother. Other­wise, I would choke her and kill her.

She called her mother and told her that she was hav­ing an af­fair with my hus­band.

Her mother called me

and I ex­plained to her what I saw and what I told her.

Her mother told her to come back home. She went home, but I did not tell my hus­band that I was send­ing her home. Af­ter she went home, my hus­band asked me when she was com­ing back, and I told him she was not.

He called my sis­ter and she told him things that I never said. I am a church­woman, and my hus­band is in church, too. I would not want any scan­dal to take place. That is why I sent her home. Pas­tor, was I wrong?


Dear D.C.,

Some peo­ple would say that you are para­noid, but you know what you know. And you felt that the re­la­tion­ship you have with your hus­band is un­der threat. I don’t know whether this girl would want to have an in­ti­mate re­la­tion­ship with your hus­band. Per­haps she did not, but you be­lieved that she had wan­der­ing eyes and you did not like that at all. When you asked her why she was al­ways look­ing at him in such a sen­su­ous way, she told you that you were wrong and that she had a boyfriend. But you felt you should send her home.

You did not want to take chances and per­haps you don’t have much con­fi­dence in your hus­band. You be­lieve that it was likely that your hus­band would get in­volved with your niece if he had the op­por­tu­nity to do so. So you asked your niece to leave.

I hope your sis­ter and your­self would rea­son out this prob­lem, and that there will be no an­i­mos­ity be­tween the mem­bers of the fam­ily.


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