Dealing dating married man

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Right Now is progressing swimmingly in your little adulterous Camelot until you’re overwhelmed by the unexpected presence of three guests: guilt, shame, and humiliation. Hey, he’s wining and dining you, buying clothes and jewelry, paying a bill or two (maybe even the mortgage). It’s all good though because fair exchange is no robbery. I’m here to tell you to ignore those feelings and the impulse to call him and tell him it’s over. After all, you don’t deserve a loving man of your own. Just be thankful you can’t put a price tag on character. Frankly, your conscience is as stupid as your heart and knows not the sacrifice it’s asking you to make. Let’s face it, nothing says “I hate me” more than to willingly accept the second-class stepchild status you’ll be relegated to for the entirety of your relationship with this man. Better to enjoy the short end of the stick than have no stick at all, even if it means destroying a family a tiny little bit. To ease your angst, here are five great reasons to continue your affair: 1. At least you don’t have to do laundry and cook–well, not in the kitchen anyway.

Ladies, if you’re on the singles scene long enough, you’ll undoubtedly attract the attention of a married man or two.However, filling the void may backfire on him, as the relationship may escalate from occasional lunches during work hours or early dinners disguised as “working late”, to the more intimate texting and instant messages all night long.This is hook line and sinker for the woman, as she automatically thinks, “oh, he wants to talk to me so badly that he’s risking getting caught!Sure there are a few people who actually leave their wives when they have met their “soul mate”. Although he gets to the point where he is saying he loves the side chick, he is usually more in love with his kids.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?

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