I’M SAVED AS “AUNT ES­TER” ON HIS PHONE. PROB­LEM IS, I’M NOT HIS AUNT AND THAT’S NOT MY NAME. AM I THE OTHER WOMAN?

Women's Health (South Africa) - - ASK US ANYTHING -

Eish. It would seem you are. Un­less of course you guys got drunk and en­gaged in some odd fam­ily­based role play that you can’t re­mem­ber. Con­front him about it. Ask him di­rectly if you are his other woman (beat­ing around the bush gives du­plic­i­tous char­ac­ters a chance to think up sto­ries). If he does not have a very good ex­pla­na­tion for it (and is not open to you swing­ing by unan­nounced at any time to his spot where other girl­friends could meet you), then he is def­i­nitely hid­ing some­thing (you). Drop his ass. Now.

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