Q: I think my husbands coworker is flirting with him. I try to point this out to him but he denies there is a problem. How can I convince him that he should be concerned?

A: It can be difficult to convince someone of something if they are not open to the idea. In this case, it might be helpful to have a calm and honest conversation with your husband about your concerns. Try to listen to his perspective and try to understand why he may not see the situation the same way that you do. It may also be helpful to provide specific examples of behaviors that have made you feel concerned, such as the coworker frequently texting or contacting your husband outside of work, or making inappropriate comments or gestures. Remember to approach the conversation with empathy and understanding, and avoid accusing or blaming your husband. Ultimately, the decision about how to handle the situation will be up to your husband, but your input can help him to see the situation from a different perspective.