Dating a married person dating on the net

05 Feb

I met a man about 18 months ago through work @ a yearly conference for schools in our state.

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.

It happened before we were each separated/divorced. 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.

We were both in overbearing, underloving marriages. The cakeman is also liable to answer back and give explanation of why he does this. Why only the Mistress/ Other woman should hurt always? You appear to be unaware of the myriad ways in which dating a married man (or woman) can be just fine.

In fact, two friends,experiencing his disrespectful comments phoned one of the wives mutual friends, to ask if she was experiencing what they were. She then phoned him and told him that the wives two friends had called and were starting trouble! The author has opened my eyes to completely new aspect of such pathetic and dead-end relationships..... He tried to sell me products for our school & asked for my email.

In fact, they weren't they were defending the wife and saying he was asking them to show him their breast. So the two friends are distancing himself and now wondering if him and the friend they called are in fact having a secret affair. you might as well have protected a lot of ppl from making such a hideous mistake. I gave him an email address that I rarley check since I am used to people trying to sell schools on their products.

We found each other and have been in love for many many years. Your post is full of assumptions about what constitutes a "legitimate" relationship," that all women must be looking for future commitments from every man they date, that the married man must be lying to his wife, etc.

And......we're far from being the only ones in this situation. You might want to take a trans-cultural look at your own assumptions before laying them out as if they were "the rule" and anything that doesn't fit them is "an exception." this: 1. My dad cheated on my mom (and my brother and I - I look at the whole thing as a betrayl) several times through their marriage. If you meet someone you love more than your spouse, just get divorced, break up, and be with the one you love. Integrity will hurt, but it hurts less in the long run.

Now this man is telling me that he is going through a divorce this whole time & then come to find out he has cheated the entire marriage and his relationships last anywhere from one to thre of four years with women & that he just never talks to them again if they get too demanding.

I was thinking to myself I just want to have a good time and I am very lonely...

A couple of months later he asked me if I would spend the night with him in a hotel for his birthday... but I have a teenager at home & I was not sure that I wanted him in my home yet.