” If you’re involved with a married man, and you’re waiting for your turn, it’s time to re-evaluate your situation. No matter how you justify it, you are attacking his family unit.
I’ll share some thoughts on why I support their position.
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She is completing a Bachelor of Science in psychology at Southern New Hampshire University.
While cheating -- and those who cheat on their romantic partners -- is often sensationalized in the media, author Ann Smith, writing for Psychology Today, highlights that cheating has a devastating impact on affected spouses.
Even if he is separated from his wife, that is their business, and you are a threat to their marriage. You may feel that he’s your soul mate but think again. You already know that he's a liar, because he's living a lie with his wife and children. It is no different than being a thief in the night.
A real soul mate would not set you on the sidelines. How can you be sure whether you're the only "other woman" he has? She's been married to him for however many years, cleaned up after him when he's sick, raised children with him, sacrificed with him, dealt with the "damn dailies," then you come in at the 11th hour and provide a contrast to that that's new, and exciting and fun. It is no different than breaking into their house and stealing their things.
I know it looks bad from the outside, but we have never been physical with each other and I know he’s the kind of guy I would love to be married to.
I’ve dated other guys before and after my mission and this guy has the qualities I most admire.
And eventually, you'll fall in love again — with someone who's willing to make you first in his life!
One of those things they do, that we don’t always get is dating married men.
He is trying to get divorced, but she’s delaying it.