Consequences of dating a married women
If the two of you are truly soul mates, then why not wait until the marriage is truly and officially over?
The existence of your relationship with a married man tells you how little he respects his wife by lying to her instead of being a man and telling her he wants out. Like the Groucho Marx joke, "He may not want to be of a relationship that would have him as a partner." 7. Like it or not, you are a willing participant in a man violating his vows and betraying the trust of his wife -- not to mention grossly disappointing his children and making it difficult for them to see him as a role model.8. Despite his reassuring you how much you mean to him, his not ending his relationship with his wife in an above-board and respectful way -- and not beginning a legitimate relationship with you -- are actions that speak louder than words.9. Many men (and women) have difficulty accepting full responsibility for their deceitful actions.
You may be labeled, scorned or even shunned by some in your community.
This tends to be truer in small, conservative towns than in the relative anonymity of big cities, but remember that you never know how people are connected.
We found each other and have been in love for many many years. The cakeman is also liable to answer back and give explanation of why he does this. Why only the Mistress/ Other woman should hurt always? You appear to be unaware of the myriad ways in which dating a married man (or woman) can be just fine.
And......we're far from being the only ones in this situation. Your post is full of assumptions about what constitutes a "legitimate" relationship," that all women must be looking for future commitments from every man they date, that the married man must be lying to his wife, etc.If you find yourself on the brink of temptation, look at these 10 truths before you leap: 1. A man who is in a very unhappy or unsatisfying marriage can feel swept away by how wonderful you make him feel.