Dating married guy
Trust me; the relationship is headed to a place called hell.In fact, the overwhelming majority of married men never leave their wives.I wouldn't consider myself "the other woman," but it's just a weird situation to be in.I really like him and have felt myself starting to fall for him more and more and he feels the same way but doesn't want anything more serious.I didn't like him at first and no matter what excuse I threw to myself, it's nothing to do with how or why it started. What's worse is that he looked better in my eyes as days go by, and I was starting to tolerate a lot more things (no gifts for my birthday, lonely christmas and holiday times, splitting the bill or picking up his bills, lonely weekends etc).I didn't see him for who he was: a cheating husband.He fumbles in his pocket, quick with fear, and slips his platinum wedding band back on his finger. Sugarland, “Stay”: Listening to them made me feel better. My tears fell as fast as the first thunderstorm of the year.“What are you saying? “I think I’m breaking up with you,” I said.“Maybe you should think about it more,” he pressed. I was a secure, confident woman and was not willing to compromise my life for a relationship and everything that came with it. He had his responsibilities with his wife and family. For those forty hours a week that his wife was working, he was mine.
But even through the music, I could feel things starting to fall apart.
However, women are notorious for believing lies that married men tell them.
They take every word like it's the gospel of Matthew only to be disappointed in the end. If you've heard these famous lies listed above, you have "taken the bait" hook, line and sinker.
I put up with every single one of the traditional married man excuse such as 'It's hard to just leave my marriage', 'if I easily leave my current marriage you will think bad of me - but I'll do it sometime since you're so special'...'I'm not in love with my wife..we're heading for separation SOON'..
After 2 more years I started to regain a little of my brain consciousness.