Dating a married

This time last year, I’d just moved to the big city, and was at a posh political event in Westminster, sipping awful red wine with the Eton crowd. ‘We broke up a few months ago, but I’m ready to move on.’I wasn’t convinced – after he admitted they’d been together for a few years, and had moved in together, I knew it would take longer than that to get over her.I had no idea how I got there, and I noticed a guy on the sidelines who looked how I felt. If he couldn’t even get rid of her stuff, how could he be ready for someone new?

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If you're the other woman, you might be in for a lot of hurt and heartache.

If you think your married lover is going to leave his wife for you, think again.

The fact that he didn't end his relationship with his wife before starting to date you is something you need to seriously consider.

You might be in love and believe he is your soul mate, but as Dr.

A guy in the middle of a separation probably doesn’t know what the hell he’s doing.

He may say he’s “dealt with all his feelings” but, believe me, divorce is never that simple.

If he chooses you, he needs to terminate his existing relationship, process the emotions that will accompany that – and then maybe you’ll consider a relationship with him.

According to an article in Psychology Today magazine, two out of every five men has had an affair by the age of 45.

Phil says, " A real soul mate would not set you on the sidelines." The married man might tell you he loves you, or even say his wife never made him feel the way you did. He does not have to commit, because he can use the excuse that he is married and he can't leave his wife or the kids need him. You might miss out on opportunities to meet the love of your life and get married. How can you trust him when it comes to your relationship?

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