Rules to dating a married man
Click here to read the experience of having an affair with a married man from the beginning.Of all the relationships you can get into as a girl, dating a married man is one of the worst kinds.
And admit it, you’d love a man who’s a mess, if he likes you. But when he looks towards you for emotional support and love, the same things his own wife, apparently, doesn’t provide him, you end up falling in love, more with his emotional affairs rather than anything else.You are just a mysterious part of a married man’s life that surfaces when he packs his bag and tells his wife he’s travelling to another city.It’s insulting, especially when he says you mean so much to him, but that’s the life you have to accept. And every time you ask him to walk out of his relationship, it would just lead to frustrated tears. And at times, it can take years for you to accept the love of a genuine man you meet later in life.That one conversation in the office cubicle takes you all the way to the coffee shop, the snack bar, the restaurant, and the movie hall.Both of you end up talking about it over the phone, and at some point of time, there’s a total block of his family turmoil.All you start talking about is the good times both of you share every day.
And then, one fine day, just before hanging up he says, “Sweetheart, if only I wasn’t married, I would be so in love with you. The beginning of the end The real dark story unveils here.
That’s why you have to take extra care with the timing and content of your texts.
And that includes—ahem—“self-portraits.” Take the initiative but then let the lady lead the way. “If you want to avoid getting a bad reputation, stick to one date a night, don’t contact other women while on a date, and make sure you make a note of who’s who so you don’t use the wrong name,” Kerner says.
The realization – Being used by a married man When I was involved with a married man, I felt terribly used.
I hated myself for doing what I was doing, and yet, I couldn’t help myself. That’s what happens to any woman who’s involved with a married man, because when you’re the “other woman” there are no weekends together, no family parties, no meeting friends, nothing.
But why do women fall into this trap in the first place?