Midwife delivers baby, takes husband. - page 3
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0Jun 1, '11 by Seth O ScopeOmg people cheating on their spouses? unbelievable!! Thank god this is only an isolated case and not a common practice in our society. Ok enough sarcasm. Why is this even news? You want stories about people being immoral just stick your head out the window.
5Jun 1, '11 by rn/writerhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti....html?ITO=1490
Here's an article that supplies a bit more information.
It makes it seem like it is all the midwife's fault. Unless he is pretty mentally unstable he cannot be taken. He left because he wanted.
Would the situation change if it was 5 years from now? (the article stated 8 months or so). 20 years? Is there an acceptable time length? What about if the couple got divorced first with no infidelity?
The usual length of time to wait before beginning a personal relationship is one year after ending the professional relationship. That gives the parties a better chance to meet on equal footing and see each other more realistically.
If the man had been divorced apart from anything the midwife had done and they together had not chosen to betray her trust, the situation would be different.
Why is this even news? You want stories about people being immoral just stick your head out the window.
The husband is a personal and marital failure. BTW, he left his wife on Mother's Day.
The midwife is a personal and professional failure. She has three children, two of them with the long-time boyfriend she broke up with to be with the other woman's husband.
It's disturbing to see a ho-hum attitude toward professional ethics. Is this not being taught anymore? Has life just become a free-for-all with even professional people tossing responsibility out the window if they feel like doing something? I really hope not.