I have a hard time believing this since I'm not there. "I have been dating a married man for 5 years I have since gotten divorced" The above makes me think she cheated on her husband to be with this guy.He keeps telling me he is leaving as they all do but he comes up with another excuse why he can't. Hi, I am living with a man that I have been with for a little over a year and he to is married, but he did leave his wife for me after nine months.He would return with flowers, expensive gifts, money and powerful love-making sessions. How in the world am I supposed to move on after this?
Trust me; the relationship is headed to a place called hell.
In fact, the overwhelming majority of married men never leave their wives.
I told him I'm sick of it and he asures me he is leaving. I don't know that I would believe he's slept on the couch for 8 years. But I can tell you that after 8 months together I had decided that if he wasn't willing to leave his wife really soon that I was going to end the relationship because they can come up with so many excuses and it is just not worth the stress emotionally and otherwise that we go through.
Is there anyone else out there in the same situation? My advice would be to put your foot down and gain some self respect. You'll find out quickly if your just his side piece or if he's serious. Any more than I would really believe she doesn't already know about you. I would say that after him saying that for 5 years that he has no plans of leaving his wife and I know that it is hard to hear and it hurts, but please don't submit yourself and waste your life on someone that is not willing to put you first.
I have been dating a married man for 5 years I have since gotten divorced .
He still lives with his wife and insists he sleeps on the sofa for the past 8 years.However, women are notorious for believing lies that married men tell them.They take every word like it's the gospel of Matthew only to be disappointed in the end. If you've heard these famous lies listed above, you have "taken the bait" hook, line and sinker.Also, dating a man who's married may entail many restrictions such as not being seen in public places together or being with him only when he can find free time away from his family or sneak out and meet you.Even more difficult can be living with the bitter truth that you are sharing him with his wife.Both taste devilishly good, but both are sinfully bad! Dr Kamal Khurana, a marriage and relationship counselor explains, "Women who fall for married men are usually seeking attention and emotional support.