Perhaps the best advice you can give someone about having a relationship with a married man is telling her not to even start. As my friend Jenna* told me, "You can't help who you fall in love with.The love of your life just might be a married man."Being part of any couple can be challenging and unpredictable, as we all know.And this cycle of happiness and pain repeats itself until you can’t take it anymore.
And don't ever kid yourself on this important point: He is still having sex with his wife, no matter what you may want to believe.5.
Legally, financially and emotionally, you have no claim.
Whether it is because of all the legal and financial problems attached to divorce, religious beliefs or the fact that they have become comfortable with their marriage the way it is -- or even because they still have a certain affection for their wives, men rarely end up with the other woman.
Even Katharine Hepburn knew, and accepted, this fact during her long affair with Spencer Tracy.
He's not a bad guy, he may be a wonderfully kind person, but he is also a practical one.
He knows that holding on to emotions that can only cause problems for his family is something he cannot and will not do. To safeguard yourself from too much emotional pain, you need to understand that he can only be a small part of your life and will never be more than that no matter how many promises are made.Her close circle of friends might know about her affair, but she really cannot let anyone else, such as colleagues or her family, know.She is alone most of the time and spends it waiting: waiting for her married lover to call, to come meet her, to share some precious time together.And women, by nature are completely helpless in such circumstances.Getting into a relationship with married men We love helping people we like out of troubling situations.Don't always be so ready to cancel plans you have made with others to accommodate him. It allows you to see yourself through the eyes of another man who finds you interesting and attractive. It helps to remember that the man with whom you are intimately involved in "your other life" is not living as a monk with his wife.