Our expert says:
Hmm, Mr M. I agree it sounds a bit odd, but it could be entirely innocent. It would be unwise to assume that something unfaithful HAS happened, but entirely reasonable to think that it MIGHt have happened. I agree with BT --- within a committed relationship what she did would widely be considered to be od, and at least tactless and unwise. As Chelle says, "sleepovers" are not an adult habit, but more an early teen group adventure.
It's not entirely fair for her to expect you to be totally trusting --- you may ask her, if YOU, instead, had a sleepover at the house of a female friend of yours, would she have absolutely not the slightest suspicion or concern ?
Overall, it sounds as if it might be worthwhile to consider both becomeing involved in a bit of pre-marital relationship counselling. And wildberry raises exactly the right major point --- talk this through with her. WHY did she stay the night ? Visiting, lost track of time, got too drunk to drive home safely ? Car broke down? Were there other people there as chaperones ? What ?
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