Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Dating Married Women
So you’ve pulled out all your best moves and have made progress with the beautiful woman been dating. When you finally get to the point when you feel your relationship is going to the next level, she smiles and says: "I'm married." That information would have been nice to have known at the beginning of the relationship.
Most married women who cheat on their husbands claim that they do it because their husband has either been unfaithful, controlling since they've been married or use the excuse that she just hasn't been happy in years. While some of these statements may be true, most married women often have affairs due to purely selfish desire and sheer boredom.
In the very beginning of this type of relationship, you will see a lot of your new lover. Secret dates will be established and the excitement along with some short term dramatic and passionate sex will make you feel alive. While this may sound good for a little while, you have to realize that when you're dating a married woman, you are not a couple-- so don't fool yourself. Sure you may act like a couple when you are together, but you aren't.
At some point you'll get tired of having to sneak a kiss or a hug, ducking and dodging, having to meet somewhere secretly to be together and spending all your money on a woman who's not yours and who still sleeps with her husband. This type of manipulative woman will constantly tell you lies and fill your head with promises that she'll leave her husband when the time is right so the two of you can get married and "live happily ever after." However, in most cases, that time will never come.
So, what should you do if you find yourself approached with this situation? You should move on with your life and find a woman who is not already taken. Never fool yourself here--if you're looking for a strong, committed relationship, dating a married woman is a complete waste of time.
Consider the impact having an affair with a married person will have on your self-image. Besides wrecking other people's lives, being the "other man" will sap your dignity and self-worth despite what approach you may take. If you really value and understand yourself and you truly believe that there are some single, high-quality women out there, why would you waste your time dating a woman who's already taken?