Here we go, again.
Another e-mail from another great woman, bragging about how wonderful she is, how great she looks, and how fantastic she is; yet, she finds herself dating a married man again.
Once again, I met a great man. I’ve know him for years, we’ve always had good eye contact with each other. He was married but not in a great relationship. Don’t let me get into this, I know.
I told him to get his life fixed and then when he gets the divorce, come back to me. Well, guess what? It didn’t happen.
He didn’t get divorced and three years later, we’re in love, but yet he’s still married.
I just couldn’t resist him. He kept promising that he loved me and promising that he was going to leave her, and here I am, three years later, still the “other” woman.
. . .
Wow! How many times do women get suckered into this?
Here’s the deal: this is what a married man does.
A married man with no balls is going to stay married. A lot of the times married men stay married because they don’t want to split their pie in half.
They talk to their attorney, they find out that it’s cheaper to stay married and cheat than it is to leave her and pay her half of everything.
They do it from a financial standpoint.
Married men go out looking for women all of the time. They try to find the woman that is at her weakest moment, a woman that will actually believe that story that they’re selling.
And this story has been passed down from generation to generation; it’s a story of, “I’m going to leave my wife, I love you, just give me time. I promise.”
Time. They keep promising time.
And the weak women always go for it and waste endless time with this type of man.
And he’ll string them along as long because he doesn’t want to end the great sex he’s having.
Sure, he could have real feelings too, but never strong enough to leave the wife and deal with all the stress of a divorce.
If you’re dating a married man, you need to wake up. You need to stop dating him.
Walk. Run. Do not look back, pass go, collect your $200, and get the hell out of dodge.
If he calls and texts you, just respond with:
You’re a married man. I’m not going there with you. I respect myself way too much.
If you really want to get to know me, move out of your house. I don’t care what story you have, I don’t care what issues you have—I’m not getting involved with another woman’s man.
Do you get my point, ladies?