Listen, women always know. She avoids getting the evidence she needs to prove it, for HERSELF. She does this subconsciously. She does not want to know that he’s cheating on her, she doesn’t want to be sure because she’s not ready to leave him.
So it’s not the question of if you’re willing to tell her that her boyfriend is cheating, it’s the question of whether or not you’re ready to make her aware that other people KNOW that her man is cheating on her.
The truth is: Letting your friend know that YOU know that her man is cheating, embarrasses her! It forces her to make a choice that she is not ready to make. To cope with this, she WILL lash out on you. Regardless of how strong a woman is; in love, everyone is weak. All the built up anger and resentment she has for the man, will get dumped onto you because you’re the first person to verify those suspicions she had. You are forcing her to acknowledge that the infidelity is going on and that if she doesn’t leave her man, she will look stupid.
If you cannot contain yourself, you can let her see it for herself. Discretely point her in the direction of his wrong doings, so she can take her time to figure out what she is willing to do about it or if she’s wiling to acknowledge it at all. Do not open your mouth to comment on anybody’s relationship and/or significant other. It will not end well for you, you might end up losing a friend. Let the relationship run it’s course, let her be stupid this time because telling her won’t make her her leave him but she might leave you.
Then hear that ‘you’re a hater’ or ‘you need to go find a man of your own’ or ‘you need to mind your business.’
She’ll be mad if you do and mad if you don’t. But if you choose to tell her, she is more than likely still currently in the relationship with the infidel and possibly still in denial. When you don’t and she’s upset with you for not telling her(if she even finds out), she’s already acknowledged it and made up her mind to leave him or have already left him or else she wouldn’t have told you. You can plead your case better when the trash is no longer in the picture.
Help her cope after the heartbreak, don’t be the one to break her heart.
Mind your business, baby!