Im dating a married woman
I’m 34 years old and I’m in a secret relationship with a married woman. At the beginning, sex was great – she told me she really fancied me and that she would divorce her husband.Now we’re not seeing each other as frequently and I miss her. Love is an addiction and bad love – jealous, illicit, hopeless love – is like being hooked on something nasty.Simply because he talks in a negative way about his marriage doesn't mean that his obligations to his wife are any less important to him. No matter how much you may want to walk in the sunshine with him and have him openly acknowledge his love for you, it won't happen. Planning to be together becomes a fascinating game and is thrilling to say the least.Whether or not they have children is a moot point; he will always feel as if he has to be a husband to her and take care of the marriage, whether he truly loves her or not. While he is more than willing to be your lover and to bring you gifts, he is not about to have you meet his friends and risk having his family find out about you. No matter how nice a guy he is, you are a temporary diversion for him. Stealing hours from work or home to have sex is exciting, and you may mistake his libido-driven passion for undying love. The game soon becomes a chore for him, and romantic interludes are just one more thing he "has to do." 4. Less than 5 percent of men leave their wives for the woman with whom they are having an affair.
The love of your life just might be a married man." Being part of any couple can be challenging and unpredictable, as we all know.
”’ You’ll be ready to start the recovery then – and it starts with cutting her out of your life completely.
It’ll feel terrible at first, like going cold turkey, but as the love poison drains from your system, you’ll realise one day that you’re not thinking about her.
At the moment, the emotions you are feeling are created by separation anxiety.
‘It may feel as if everything is falling apart but, in reality, you are at the crossroads of making an important choice – whether to be a victim of this circumstance or not,’ says Dr Cecilia d’Felice.