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In fact, two friends,experiencing his disrespectful comments phoned one of the wives mutual friends, to ask if she was experiencing what they were. She then phoned him and told him that the wives two friends had called and were starting trouble! The author has opened my eyes to completely new aspect of such pathetic and dead-end relationships..... He tried to sell me products for our school & asked for my email.
We were both in overbearing, underloving marriages. The cakeman is also liable to answer back and give explanation of why he does this. Why only the Mistress/ Other woman should hurt always? You appear to be unaware of the myriad ways in which dating a married man (or woman) can be just fine.
I order his food (one Belgium waffle on the soft side, a plate of crispy bacon) and he orders mine (a short stack, no butter, a bowl of fruit, a side of extra crispy bacon). And the casual friendship-with-benefits morphed into a caring, loving relationship. They didn’t know what was going on; all they knew was my seemingly unnecessary depression.
We sit, together in our love, relishing every second. You would think after three years of dating a married man, I would be used to this. I could see the aurora dancing in his eyes when he saw me, and he could see the sparkle in mine. I didn’t expect to miss him when we weren’t together, I didn’t expect to become so attached to his children that they felt like family, and I definitely didn’t expect to fall in love. What I thought could be something simple ended up being a stressor. Our time together was constantly cut short so his wife wouldn’t find out. I trudged back and forth to work amid discussions of counseling, tentative hugs and attempts at forcing me to eat. The only thing worse than bearing that heavy a weight alone is carrying it yourself.
I suspect you're calming personal fears, or perhaps appealing to a bruised demographic. It made my break up a piece of cake when I objectively read each point! He finally ended up marrying the last woman he cheated with. The problem is there is no Loyalty in the world left or almost none. I think it is laziness to keep an affair going whilst still married. While the commentor above, David Kaplan, does rightly point out that sometimes a cheater or cheaters wind up together long term or even married.
I am ashamed I was in this relationship and it will be a while until I am ready and healthy to be a suitable partner in a relationship. If however you check out the 109 comments ( on this blog when it appeared at another site I am associated with, you'll see how much an exception to the rule you fortunately are. I think that people who make commitments and don't keep them (and they try to justify them on PT) are delusional and selfish. I read somewhere that it takes the average "troubled" marriage just 5 years to work itself out. Peple want want instant gratification when they want and whenever they want it. Most people want to do life easy (no effort/instant gratification) rather than doing life right(effort/work/eventually long term gratification and success). But the reality is that in a high percentage of the cases these 'relationships' don't work out long term.
We sit across from one another at the Greasy Spoon diner, reaching over the table to touch hands, caressing thumbs with the tenderness of a violin player. We joke and laugh, we talk, we sit in pure adoration. At the start of it all, the perks of the situation swam happily in my mind. Like most modern women, I felt I only needed a man for one thing, and a coupled lifestyle was not that thing. There would be no awkward morning-afters, no constant phone calls or texts. He loved me and worshipped me and spoke of our future.
I know every inch of his face and he knows every inch of mine. If I had never let things progress, I wouldn’t feel the hurt tugging on my heartstrings when we needed to disguise our relationship or feel the jealousy when he went home to his wife, as he always did. I could have all the space I wanted and I would hear no complaints from his end. But what started out as a simple, no-strings-attached relationship (or at least the illusion of one) evolved into much more. Maybe it was the jolt of electricity we both felt when we first met and shook hands or maybe it was our mutual understanding of the other’s troubles. We became each other’s go-to when one of us needed support. If you find yourself on the brink of temptation, look at these 10 truths before you leap: 1. A man who is in a very unhappy or unsatisfying marriage can feel swept away by how wonderful you make him feel.He may even blurt out, "I've never felt this way before and I can see spending the rest of my life with you." This may sound like a commitment to a future with you. Don't confuse his loving the way you make him feel with his loving you and making a commitment to you. Cheating on his wife tells you how he deals with any situation he doesn't like.a.k.a He'll NEVER stay that into you There are no positive reasons for dating a married man.Even the good reasons don't stand the test of time and turn out to be bad ideas in good ideas' clothing.We found each other and have been in love for many many years. Your post is full of assumptions about what constitutes a "legitimate" relationship," that all women must be looking for future commitments from every man they date, that the married man must be lying to his wife, etc.