Wednesday, May 5, 2010
4 Signs Your Girlfriend Is Married
So you've finally met the girl of your dreams; however, just when things are getting good, her spouse contacts you and accuses you of trying to destroy his marriage, and your "dream girl" disappears out of your life just like that.
For one reason or another married women do sometimes stray. If you're not careful, dating married women could get you caught up in a very bad situation that you may not see coming. So how do you know if your love interest is already taken? Here are some signs:
1. She's tells you that she's almost single
A woman may tell you that she's separated from her husband, or that her divorce is almost final. Almost doesn't count and inviting women like this into your life is like inviting heartbreak, emotional and possibly even physical pain.
2. Your meetings with her are strange in every way
Does she always want to go to your house? Do you even know where she lives? If she won't give you basic information like her phone number, but rather insists only on calling you, that should be a red flag. The same can be said if she will only give you her cell phone or work number and even then she won't return your calls. These things don't happen in a normal dating relationship, so if you're experiencing this, there's probably something wrong.
3. She displays strange behavior on your dates
Does she stutter and worry excessively when you ask her innocent questions? Does she answer some phone calls but completely avoids other calls in your presence? If her cell phone rings on your dates and she has to urgently flee from you to answer it, you need to start wondering why. Also, if the woman you're dating insists on only being seen with you in certain places and at certain times, she may be avoiding certain areas so she isn't seen by anyone that she knows that could tell her spouse about what's going on.
4. She avoids talking about family or past relationships
Usually, questions about family and/or past relationships come up in the course of dating conversations; but, if she seems uncomfortable talking about such subjects, or if her body language indicates that she may be lying, your suspicions may be warranted.