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She is not his wife, she is not mother to his children, she is not his parents' daughter-in-law.Her chance for happiness hinges on a future that is highly uncertain, to say the least.It’s every woman’s dream to be second-best isn’t it?It doesn’t matter what he says, “I love you”, “I only care about you”, blah, blah, blah; you know he’s lying.Perhaps the best advice you can give someone about having a relationship with a married man is telling her not to even start. As my friend Jenna* told me, "You can't help who you fall in love with.

I would not want him reminding me of what he left for me.. Leaving any situation for one's self is alright with me. I don’t care whether he’s married to the devil’s cousin; he exchanged vows with her, not you.Women who knowingly date married men are often viewed with contempt.But when the man with whom you're involved is part of another couple, someone else's husband, then the challenge and unpredictability can make your life a messy, unhappy waiting game that you will rarely win.The woman who is in love with a married man lives a life that, for the most part, is shrouded in secrecy.I have been dating a married man for 5 years I have since gotten divorced .He still lives with his wife and insists he sleeps on the sofa for the past 8 years.Making Sense of an Attraction to a Married Man Having a Secret Love Affair Community Q&A Loving the married man. This is for the women who love their married men and need positive guidance and support to work through their issues. No matter what side of the fence you’re on both can agree that this is a very controversial and moralistically sensitive topic. The touch of a hand, an innocent conversation, a glance?I think you'll find that a lot of the people who post here have been cheated on, including me, so you're probably not going to get a lot of sympathy, or supportive advice about how to get your married lover to get rid of his wife. But, he is being unfair to everyone involved - especially if there are children involved - to keep this up. My mom and dad were married almost 20 years and she was never the same after the divorce.This is probably the exception to the rule of "you can get whatever you want if you twist the screws tight enough." Apparently she gave my dad an ultimatum, and he took the bait.