So I decided to be his 'friend' and didn't want to take things further than that.Oh come on, I don't think I could even think straight in the first place...he always said that he will leave his wife for me and he wants to marry me,but till now he did nothing,, i'm really depressed i don't know what to do with this man i really want to marry him, i don't know if he is lying to me..Hmmmm, your is different even though he loves you , because of his children he will love to see them grow a alittle and see them go to school first.And most importantly, someone who wants to be with you FULL TIME. Visit her site for more advice on the topics of extramarital affairs and infidelity.
She didn't say anything and im afraid tht she may hurt him. I've been dating a married man I met online 10yrs ago.
(If he cannot adhere to that, you know his words are just mere excuses) 2. Timeline is: 2 - 3 weeks and you will be on the borderline of being normal, slowly picking up. Otherwise, you would've saved so much time, some pride and some heartbreak. Start being active in your life - take dance lessons/classes or something. You and I both know you'd rather sleep on the couch than merely having the thoughts of dating someone you don't love.
Tell yourself again and again: "If this man loves you, he should respect you instead of knowingly two timing you". Meet up with your friends and use those friends as your 'support group'. You are still attached to that married man of course. At the very least this should distract you from being so attached to this married man.
Finally, I took all my courage together, bought a few of the break up books available on the market (My favourite til this day: "It's called a break up because it's broken by Greg and Amiira Behrendt"), silently making a plan in my head to stop having a relationship with a married man.
I knew that even if losing him would cause a pain so great, staying with him was wasting my heart, emotion, and time.