Dating a married man forum
* When you're out on the town, he'll frequently look over his shoulder, not wanting to been seen in your company. You'll be attending these functions alone, with no visible partner to support you or keep you company. * To him, it's a fling, an enjoyable interlude in a marriage which is comfortable, but may have become routine.When you're alone together, he'll often check his watch, needing to be home before his wife gets suspicious. You'll be an object of pity and many will wonder what's wrong with you, and why you can't find a boyfriend. You are wasting valuable time when you should be laying a firm foundation for a bright future with someone you can trust. Stolen moments with you provide elements of thrill and danger to an otherwise humdrum existence. * Most serious of all, if there are children involved, think of them. Are you willing to be responsible for breaking up their family?This generates an angry youth that tends to lash out at society as is the case in the USA.
It is a real problem in human socities around the world and has to be addressed in a fair and logical way. When you advice women against married men, this is not hijacking, but when someone ask you if those advices apply to men who have relationship with married women? Prophet Mohammed taught that a man who has not treated his wives equally will come on judgement day dragging half his body on the ground and the other half upright.Leave the swamp, move out into the sunshine and go after it!I hope that our small "debate" has been interesting to all participants in the thread.* He may promise to be with you when the children are grown, or when his parents have passed on, or when his wife is strong enough to stand alone, but after all, he's a cheater and he's already lying to one woman. * Your friends and family will be against this relationship, because they love you and want only the best for you.You will not be able to discuss matters with them, and they certainly won't be welcoming him into their inner circle. * What about those office Christmas parties, family birthdays, weddings, even funerals?