AME, I seriously couldn't agree more, and have wondered the same thing on occasion, when I see posts like that. I'm the only woman on my very small 3-person team at my office, and I speak highly of my boss and officemate, both of who are utterly fantastic to work with. I've told my husband how great they both are, and while there's nothing going on (OK, I find my officemate fairly attractive), if H ever got suspicious, and told me to quit my job, I wouldn't. I couldn't, unless he wanted to support the entire household for however long! I've been laid off twice since 2014, and he still expected me to contribute my share, so i highly doubt that he would support the household. Combine that with the fact that it isn't easy to find a job in my field, and no, I wouldn't readily quit my job. I can't think of anyone who can just up and quit, actually. And no, I would never ask hubby to quit his job either!
There is a big difference here. IF
is stated in the bolded above. Why should an innocent spouse [you] have to leave their job?
your lips, boobs and nether regions remain pure; no man [after marriage] has enjoyed these treasures other than your dear husband, and you did not banter lust or romance a man at work, you would have no need or reason to leave your job. You know this. This is common sense.
If your husband was jealous for no real reason, then that is a horse of a different color.
Your color would not Sorrel be, nor Gruilo, but Albino, sic., snow.
The cheaters are the ones who need to quit their jobs. Or better, the POSOM or POSOW.
, dear Ursula, your husband cheated with a co-worker and she still worked with him after D-Day and during the "R" attempt, I am sure you would want him to exit his job...stage left.