Men dating married women

because you still hope "she" will leave her husband for you "soon".

You find yourself being faithful to the wrong woman!

It seemed common knowledge that apps like Tinder had transformed single life and dating. We weren’t fighting constantly or sleeping in separate bedrooms.

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I had suspected that when I told these Tinder men I was happily married and just experimenting, many would lose interest.

Instead, their responses were effusively and unanimously positive.

Dating and falling in love with a married woman leave you with an edited highlights of a marriage: the laughter, the smiles, the sex but no real relationship built on love, trust and sacrifices.

You lack emotional closeness and real intimacy which true lovers have.

There's always this feeling that you are doing something wrong every time you spend time together. You are always hiding from the people you love to make "her" feel safe and comfortable.

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With over ten years of experience, she knows how difficult it can be to find the right help, obtain healthy guidance and start living the life you deserve.

On a recent evening, I was having drinks with a male friend — a single and actively-looking-for-a-long-term-relationship friend — when he asked me why there seemed to be so many married women on Tinder.

As a single woman, I might have rolled my eyes at their ogling. It reminded me of how tipsy I got from the first beer I drank after nine months of pregnancy abstention.

Monogamy had made me capable of getting drunk on the male-attention equivalent of Miller Lite.

According to him, they appeared on the app, boldly describing themselves as “married” or “in an open marriage.” Were they actively looking for sex, he wondered? He didn’t know many married women, and he thought of me as an emissary of the tribe, which is a reasonable way to think of me.

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