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What to do about a married guy I'm seeing

Published on February 22, 2013 by jmazda7

I started seeing this guy about 3 months ago. I had just got out of a 6 year relationship and knew he was married so I wasn't looking for anything serious just fun without drama. We both said not to fall in love with each other...he had got cheating a few years back and the girl went crazy on him after the wife found out. I said don't worry that's not going to happen . Well it did .... He dropped the love bomb first. Now he not me brings up talking to lawyers and leaving his wife. He in all honesty is open about everything and if I'm bothered by something he insists that I tell him because he wants to have an open honest relationship. He has brought up having kids with me and the future. Says everything and does everything he should be doing for me. I want to give him the benefit of the doubt because he has been so perfect but I'm consider myself strong but because things have progressed so fast I don't know if I'm being to hasty or if he is being honest about it just taking time. He claims that he does not want her finding out about us until they are separated so things can be smoother. We both have said to end it but cant be away from each other and trust me i dont Chase him at all its all him It's only been 3 months.... Do I give it some time or cut it off till he is separated?

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Dating a married man says you don't respect yourself, him, marriage or his wife (nor does he, by the way and you deserve better). The main point here is you don't respect yourself.

My suggestion is to invest time in getting to know yourself and how valuable you are even without a man in your life to validate you. When you do this personal growth work and learn that you are worthy of your own respect, you will respect others as well. Here is a short, free ebook for you http://positivewomenrock.com/gift/ entitled,"Women: 5 Mistakes We Make That Give Our Power Away."

You are living your life now as if it is disposable. It's NOT. You are valuable and worthy of a quality relationship. And it must first start with having a great relationship with yourself! You can change the direction you go in from now on and you are perfectly capable of doing so. :)

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