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Strawberry Letter: A Wolf In Sheep Clothing

Dear Shirley and Steve Harvey,

Several years ago my wife and I were separated. During this time we both were intimate with other people. We have since reconnected, have put that behind us and completely cut off any past lovers. While out on a business trip with one of my recent employees, we were talking about women in general and sharing stories and it was all fun and games until he made a reference to the “best he ever had” then described my wife to a Tee all the way down to a unique birthmark she has in a most private place.

Without prying too much I was able to get the name and it was her. I have remained professional at work and haven’t told my wife yet however this is becoming too much to bear. I’ve considered firing him but besides him becoming a friend, what makes it even worse is he is my best employee. Solid work ethic, very intelligent and is never late to work. What do I do? If I continue along this road eventually he will meet my wife an I’m concerned that any old feelings may re-surface and cause issues either at work or at home or both.

Help Steve.

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