I am dating a married man am i wrong dating hermit
Subject: Inside the mind of a Cakeman (married lover/cheating husband) You took interview of a Mistress/ Other woman "Inside the Mind of a Mistress" . I don't understand why it's so hard to just keep a commitment. Can't people wait 5 years if it means sticking to your commitment? Life time commitments and working at a relationship are going the way of the dinosaur. There is an excellent book out by Dan Ariely, Predictably Irrational and in one it's chapters it describes a study that he did that shows how dramatically your decision making is affected when you are aroused. That the wife has not to face questions of her neighbors?
I also read hundred articles about mistress and other woman. Moreover, what is it with people who want to have their cake, etc, etc? The bottom line here is a relationship of infidelity based upon deceit and lying, hardly the foundation for starting a healthy relationship with someone new. I would like to ask your opinion of a married man who is only interested in his wives girlfriends. That the children has not to be asked in the school by their classmates and friends? Why should only the mistress/other woman be exposed and being asked always? A mistress also is a daughter of someone, a sister, she also belongs to a family.
I suspect you're calming personal fears, or perhaps appealing to a bruised demographic. It made my break up a piece of cake when I objectively read each point! He finally ended up marrying the last woman he cheated with. The problem is there is no Loyalty in the world left or almost none. I think it is laziness to keep an affair going whilst still married. While the commentor above, David Kaplan, does rightly point out that sometimes a cheater or cheaters wind up together long term or even married.
I am ashamed I was in this relationship and it will be a while until I am ready and healthy to be a suitable partner in a relationship. If however you check out the 109 comments ( on this blog when it appeared at another site I am associated with, you'll see how much an exception to the rule you fortunately are. I think that people who make commitments and don't keep them (and they try to justify them on PT) are delusional and selfish. I read somewhere that it takes the average "troubled" marriage just 5 years to work itself out. Peple want want instant gratification when they want and whenever they want it. Most people want to do life easy (no effort/instant gratification) rather than doing life right(effort/work/eventually long term gratification and success). But the reality is that in a high percentage of the cases these 'relationships' don't work out long term.
When people who have been involved with married men finally move on, they often regret having wasted the time in a dead-end affair.
He tried to sell me products for our school & asked for my email.
I gave him an email address that I rarley check since I am used to people trying to sell schools on their products.
As a request I would plead you to write something on Indian Arranged marriages!!! I was busy with audits & traveling but finally checked email.
You took interview of a Mistress/ Other woman "Inside the Mind of a Mistress" . He had emailed me several times asking to bring samples by, and then finally lunch.