Even if he is separated from his wife, that is their business, and you are a threat to their marriage. You may feel that he’s your soul mate but think again. You already know that he's a liar, because he's living a lie with his wife and children. It is no different than being a thief in the night.
A real soul mate would not set you on the sidelines. How can you be sure whether you're the only "other woman" he has? She's been married to him for however many years, cleaned up after him when he's sick, raised children with him, sacrificed with him, dealt with the "damn dailies," then you come in at the 11th hour and provide a contrast to that that's new, and exciting and fun. It is no different than breaking into their house and stealing their things.
Take some time to get really clear with yourself about who you are and what you want.
The most important relationship you'll ever have in this world is the one you have with yourself.
I've never felt like this, so it's hard for me to turn my back on it just because they aren't happy with it. Coming from experience, it is really up to you if it is worth it. I feel ill about it all now and am deciding if I can, and will it always be like this. I want to be married and possibly have kids of my own. I don't want to be in the same place I am now a year from now and I'm really worried I will be. Guy, I appreciated reading the other post you send.
” If you’re involved with a married man, and you’re waiting for your turn, it’s time to re-evaluate your situation. No matter how you justify it, you are attacking his family unit.
If you’re putting your life on hold for a married man, he’s not only stolen your heart — he’s stolen your brain!
And women, by nature are completely helpless in such circumstances.
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