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Is it bad to date a married man?

Published on June 3, 2010 by cynthia lara

I'm dating a married man for 5 years. He keeps telling me that he's going to leave his wife becouse they don't get along and she hates his family. I'm still waiting for that moment. What should? I love this man.


5 years and you're still waiting. You needed to have moved on a long time ago Cynthia. Truthfully you shouldn't have gotten involved with a married man in the first place. Rarely do they leave their wives. And you have to ask yourself a very important question - if he cheats on his wife, will he cheat on you too? Yes, he probably will. Because that's what he does, he cheats. He's not trustworthy, period. End of story. All married men have a sob story about how their wives aren't supportive, understanding, hard to get along with, etc....and they never leave...they use their sob story to get sympathy and sex from other women.

Your are worthy of an honest, open relationship with someone who belongs only to you. Someone who you can see openly and publicly - not sneaking around in the shadows.

I also want to mention something about how we women treat each other. I look forward to the day when women stop going after someone else's man. How would you feel if you were married and some woman went after your husband?

I have to agree with Rose. 5yrs is way too long, and a married man is just wrong. I think that insecure men need a number of women. #1 is the wife, #2, 3, 4, etc.....are the ego boosting secret girlfriends. Say you get moved up into the #1 spot, someone is in the #2. If your not the one he is cheating with, do you want to be the one he is cheating on? With a cheater those are the options.

well i think it time you moved on.the guy loves his family and you are there to make his life okey while yours is not as long as he is doing what you want in exchange for sex he will always carry you for a ride start moving on dear one.

If you marry a man who cheats on his wife you get a man who cheats on his wife... You don't need him leaving her you need to leave yourself. The sooner the better.

Cut your losses. You love him but is this worth your self respect and humiliation? This relationship is a waste of your time. After five years, he won't leave his wife. If he does leave his life for you, then he's bound to leave you heartbroken for someone else. The foundation of your relationship is basically quick sand. If he does leave his wife, do you honestly expect that your relationship will have a chance? You'll end up questioning his fidelity time and again. If he's dating you and hasn't left his wife in five years, I highly doubt that this man and his wife don't get along. He's just feeding you crumbs of hope knowing that you'll eat it up and stick around in case he's in the mood for something else.