Thank you very much for the MHO. I just wondered if my answer was chosen by you.
The amount of reality in this comment brings a tear to my eyes 😢👏👏👏👏
@IMainHanzo lol, i am sure you can do plenty of research on this topic of why women like married/taken men.
All good points!
@Opinion owner yeah I dont need to do much of the research when it's so blatant to me but yes ty vm 👏👏👏
Like everything in life... Everything has a price, you just need the timing and the right payment.
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He might be trolling for all I know.
It’s a typo
The current poll? I just posted this? LOL
Yes, you had a few replies and majority showed on the poll as it is now... a def no...l posted soon after to :))
Yeah it's amazing how entitled cheaters can be. They are cheating with you and have a wife but want YOU to only see them... it's so comical.
Right. Hypocrisy at it's best. The first time as an adult willingly dating a married man I had no clue, I was 22 he was 45 married took me to his apartment one night I come home frome being outvwith him andcatcmy house which I lived with my parents was a woman in her 40s telling my parents I'm sleeping with her husband. My parents met him liked him they weren't crazy about the age difference but they knew no telling me anything. So I was stunned, didn't believe her even with the family pics. But called him upband saidcInleft something at his ppace which I did and the two of us showed up together... He tried blaming me then her tgen tgeir kids who were baby, 2, 3, and 5 years old.
So you and the wife showed up together?
Yes we did I really thought it was goi g to turnout she was a crazy ex wife. He blamed me for the affair, then her, then their young kids, his job, basically it was everyone's fault but his own... She stayed with him for ten more years and he kept cheating on her.
I have heard it could help a marriage that is going down the tubes! Just saying.
How can betrayal of trust and rejection ever help a marriage? ! Enlighten me..
"The 'good' that might come out of an affair is clearly not the affair itself or its potential painful consequences. If we look at our choices and examine ourselves in an honest and forthright way, we just might find one of the keys to prompt our own personal growth and evolution."That evolution might lead us back to a more authentic relationship with our primary relationship, or it might lead us to a more authentic understanding of ourselves that leads us away from that primary partner. Either way, that is still positive growth. How many people do we know who have suffered through a 30 year marriage without any growth at all? Too many. Just something to think about for people who are thinkers.
"How many people do we know who have suffered through a 30 year marriage without any growth at all" Growth doesn't always have to come from heartbreak (relational that is)! It can come from a misscarriage like my mother suffered back in 1992. It can come from my mother's stent proceedure. It can come from my father's diabeties diagnosis or my dad's leg surgery! It can come from all sorts of things in my opinion, not from being rejected! What can you really learn and "grow" from that? ! That people can be shit? ! That you were dumb enough to think that your other half was on the same page as you were? ! That the communication in your marriage was lacking and instead of trying to resolve that, they went and did something that didn't help it? !
Must be nice being perfect! Preach sister preach!
Oh and I forgot to add. If there was a child that resulted from that, then in my book it would make things worse and more complicated! But it's bad enough in and of itself, the cheating in my book!
Lol haha. I'm far from it. But I know how to be loyal to my man... that is why I was cheated on and that is also why my parents are still together after 44 years. I just hope I'll be lucky enough to find something like that!
I don't necessarily disagree with you at all.. I just try and open peoples minds to other optics.
Nah, they're on the highway to hell. The stairway leads to heaven.
@SanicYouth oh i was thinking “downstairs” lmao but ok
For the thrill... it's like playing with your grand children, spoiling them and them giving them back at the end of the night!