I would like some input here.
My wife is pretty active on Facebook and enjoys keeping up with friends, reconnecting with old ones, sharing pics of kids....blah, blah, blah. Social networking is not really my thing, so I have pretty much avoided it. I gave her grief about a year ago when I was watching her carrying on a conversation with a guy we both new from college (good guy)--nothing terribly seriously, just a half-joking discussion about not being super comfortable with old random guy friends jumping back in her life.
Didn't really give it much more thought after that. I trust her and have no reason to ever suspect any sort of infidelity--not even close.
Fast forward to a year later and my wife told me she got a friend request from an old flame (15 years ago). Now this old flame was more of a long distance relationship and didn't last all that long..but I know of him and their relationship. My wife asked my about it and asked if I cared what she did? I really didn't give it considerable amount of thought and sort of just dismissed saying I didn't care. I trust my wife and don't typically expend much energy worring about these sort of things.
A week later, I see she accepted his friend request. And I feel....irritated. I realize I said I didn't care, but I find that...apparently I do--and I think that she really should have just ignored the request. Should I say something? Do I have a right to be irritated since I said I didn't care? Did she do anything wrong?
I realize this is super trivial compared to the serious issues raised on this forum, but I thought I would get some feedback from you.