Of dating married men
That was 8 months before anything happened between us. for two days it killed me and I asked him back and he couldn’t off been happier. He is 45 on his second marriage and has 4 children. It is never a good idea to date someone who is married. Many married individuals in this predicament say they’re going to leave their spouse but they often don’t.
He has told me he loves me and tonight I asked him would he leave his wife his reply if it came down to it yes. Often they have no intention of leaving and are simply lying.
If the man is not a total ass, he will feel the guilt every time he looks in his wife’s eyes, and he will try to ease the guilt by taking her out on a date, or suggesting a family vacation, etc.
This in turn will make the other woman feel even more humiliated as she thought he didn’t like his wife like that.
The love affair with the married man starts with a man who married for the wrong reasons and thus never truly felt fulfilled in his commitment to the wife.
In a loveless marriage with small children, the kids become more of a silver lining and the focus of all the reasons to deal with the unhappiness of no sex and conversation that only revolves around household duties (“did you pay the light bill?
”, “Johnny has band practice tomorrow, can you pick him up? Often the fear of what others will think will not let him do it, as the man does not want to become the “bad guy” in their eyes as the daddy who left in their early years.
By this time, she is more than likely already aware of the fact that he is unhappy in his marriage and the more time she spends with him she makes sure to plea her case as to why he should be with her instead.
The man more than likely plays into this often times telling her things such as “I wish I could have met you years ago”.
Just because he says he loves her does not mean that he will do what it takes to prove it to her.