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Some emails have come from women who have been “involved” with these men for months, sometimes even years. It doesn’t matter how good the sex he gets from you is either. You see all these words and feelings he describes to you are just as much fantasy to him as they are to you. I’m sorry if that sounds harsh, but someone needs to make you women see what’s really going on in this situation.
He’s lost the romance and spark he had at the beginning of his marriage, and you’re giving it to him. When a man is serious about a woman, he can’t stand being away from her. I feel for you, and I want you to find an amazing man of your own, not for you to take another woman’s, or for a man to treat you like a piece of meat. why would any woman do that to another woman's family - that's just garbage behavior.
He told her that he is not happy and things have to change by August. They went to see a marriage councilor, who was pretty helpful for them, but of course my man still wants out. I just want her to understand that people change over years, and that their marriage is over.
And that’s our best case analysis of the situation. To be blunt, his story really sounds like a well worn story that a married guy uses to get laid outside his marriage. Visualize yourself in that future wife role — down the road with this gent — and then tell me how this same model for behavior works for you from that viewpoint.
It plays on a prospective sexual companion’s sympathies and eliminates any sense of competition. It also portrays the guy as a hapless victim — rather than a calculating perpetrator. Then we need to ask you why you are attracted to a guy who acts like he is a victim? So how do you imagine he will be transformed into an upright, responsible, solid and reliable guy down the road, when it’s your turn to play the “wife” role in his drama? Talk to the countless women who wanted to believe in that fairy tale, too. How do you feel when the next “other woman” enters, stage left?
I have been dating a married man for over a year now. I didn't want anything, but very quickly we found ourselves spending every day together...texting, e-mailing and then going on holidays. The first 20 years were great, but the last 5 was bad. She's trying to keep a really good man and any woman would be happy to have him.
He told me that he would wait until his kids graduate, and after that tell her it's over and then move out by August. Except his wife doesn't want to give up what they had.