I don’t care whether he’s married to the devil’s cousin; he exchanged vows with her, not you.If he won’t respect that, he’s not worthy to have you as a friend not to talk of having you as his wife someday.It’s every woman’s dream to be second-best isn’t it?It doesn’t matter what he says, “I love you”, “I only care about you”, blah, blah, blah; you know he’s lying.A man who is currently cheating on his wife doesn’t have the ability to love you the way you should be loved. is a writer who gives time-tested and simple principles to help women enjoy their relationships and marriages.Marriage is a commitment; it’s not all ice-cream and chocolate. Her methods teaches women how to get past the confusion of dating and getting to the place where they really have fulfilling relationships and marriage.We all have to move beyond wanting to feel good all the time to staying committed to our spouse and staying true to our vows. Perhaps he wants his daughter to graduate high school first or his wife has just being diagnosed with cancer and he thinks now is not the time. She is known for her ‘up-close and personal’ style of getting her message across and drawing lessons from her personal experience.Don’t fool yourself into thinking you are helping him.
You are pretty sure you’ll always be his second best.
When you are dating a married man, chances are he’s given you ‘genuine’ reasons why he’s cheating on his wife and how miserable she makes him feel.
Well, if you are single and considering dating a married man, I will give you 5 solid reasons why you should go ahead and do it. Whatever evil comes out of it is yours for the keeping.
Hopefully, the wife of the man you are dating is a nutcase and when she finds out, things WILL turn violent. If you go missing, it’s no body’s cup of tea, right? No one needs to feel sorry for you or empathize with you.
Women who knowingly date married men are often viewed with contempt.
Why would anyone choose to be with a man who is already committed in marriage to another woman?