Thanks Ryan. The question is, how do I cnfront him and when. My thoughts were the night before we leave (his ex is planning to break up with her man then s well). You are correcr, its not he first time. seen emails asking her to movie in the past. emails where tey talk about me. The issue is she works for him and he will lways have to communicate with her, though she is the only employee he takes to lunch (I am never aware unless I find out een though - m in te same office), the only employee he texts all the times, who he invites to our home (usually without me knowing), whom he asks to take him places etc. I don't see how it will work with 3 of us in a small offic. I can't imagine going back to work and she asking about my holidays knowing the type of communication they have been having. I think we can only make a go of it, if she is not his employee. His affair started with her shortly after she started at the company when his wife was dying. Before she got terminally ill, she was in the process of ending her 30 year relationship because he had cheated on her and given away 1000s of dollars to the person he was seeing.
In summary, the question is when and how do 0i confront him? Is it fair to say I will only reconsider if she is no longer working with him (which means I have to be prepared to end the relationship). It is also not in my best interest to move my business from his office because we share staff (all except her). We are still on holiday and am reallyfor all sake (his daughter and her fiancee are also with us)