Start Shes dating a married woman

Shes dating a married woman

Let’s do one at a time starting with the ‘other man.’ He is definitely looking for love in the wrong place and with the wrong person.

Triangles exist simply because a problem is not being resolved in a marriage.

Two people get married and have marital problems, instead of resolving those problems either by fixing the relationship or ending it, which by the way can be a valid resolution of a problem, a third party is brought into the relationship, and now you have a triangle.

Instead, defensive stuff happens like distancing from each other or finding another lover to make up for what is not happening in the marriage.

The problem is you can’t get a piece of what you need from one person and another piece from someone else and expect to have a stable and satisfying love life.

Most people I’ve met who are afraid of intimacy, lose the fear when they accept and feel better about themselves.

The question is whether or not the married man will fix this intimacy issue with this wife.

Fundamentally, they are unstable, like three legs on a table.

Something always goes wrong, or at least it should, because triangles usually end up hurting people more than anything else.

The important thing about the married man is he’s probably coping with his limited marriage by doing something else (work, alcohol, substances, whatever consumes and distracts him).

In some instances he ‘knows’ his wife is cheating on him and looks the other way.

The ‘other man’ gets painfully left out, not yet knowing that is the best thing that could happen to him.