Am I right to feel likeive been stabbed in the back?

So I go to drop my son off at his moms before I go to work the other morning , a little earlier than normal (we've been separated for 5 months after being engaged together for 5 years) and as I pull up to her place a find my best friend and her making out in his van after being out all night together. I dropped my boy off after I tell him I love him and peel off to avoid any conflict. As you can imagine I was quite angry! He then sends me text messages saying they wanted to tell me but weren't sure how I would react and then continues to tell me that he hopes that him and my ex and myself would be able to all coexist together... apparently this had been going on for sometime. Keep in mind that this is a friend who I considered family, my brother. So after I tell him I would prefer to never see or speak to him again he tells me that I shouldn't feel like a victim in this... despite my feelings for both of them... Am I wrong to feel like I've been stabbed in the back?
Asked Jun 14, 2013
The reason you feel like you have been "stabbed in the back" is because you have been stabbed in the back. "Friends" don't behave that way.
Answered Jun 14, 2013
They totally stabbed you in the back. You did well to avoid a conflict. I'm not sure I would have been as smart in that moment.
Not at all.
Answered Jun 14, 2013

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