” 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.
If you’re putting your life on hold for a married man, he’s not only stolen your heart — he’s stolen your brain!
All that’s happening is he’s not getting what he needs at home, so you’re giving it to him instead. He has the best of both worlds, and he knows full well he’s playing you.
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You got so anxious to start your "new life" that you put your relationship on front street, you forced him to make a decision and he did--his wife. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
Some do it for a narcissistic ego-boost (if I can tear him away from his wife and kids then I must be really special), others do it because they have intimacy issues (if the person can’t commit to you then you don’t need to commit to them).