This Friday is my work's holiday party. My WW says she doesn't feel comfortable attending because my boss and at least one co-worker know that she cheated.
While talking about this in MC I revealed that last year, during her A, a co-worker pulled me aside to ask if "everything is OK?" after WW criticized me harshly for missing a highway exit. The co-worker, who is a more junior manager than I am, was in the car.
Later on during that same car ride I had told WW that I was planning on taking an upcoming Sunday off so we could spend time together and instead of her being happy about it, she became angry with me, again in front of my junior co-worker. Today I know that she became angry because she had planned to spend that day with OM.
Long story short, after MC she called me at work and freaked out about my co-worker saying that she shouldn't have "butted in." She was in the car!
I'm trying not to point out the obvious, which is my WW cheated on me with a co-worker and continues to work with him.
I think WW is deflecting. Is she? WW says I'm defending my co-worker by saying she can ask me whatever she wants, it doesn't have to mean she'll get an answer beyond, "Things are fine" - which is what she heard from me.
Am I failing to protect my WW here? This is what I'm being accused of.