Here goes: When I was 20 years I met this guy at an event.I gave him my number and right after, a friend told me he was married but going through a divorce and this friend was actually talking to his wife so it didn't bother me he was married because they were done with, so I thought.For example, my fiancé told me he rarely did anything together with his ex-wife.They rarely traveled together or just hung out together watching movies on a lazy afternoon.First, I'd like to suggest that you change the way you are thinking about this situation: it's different than the one you experienced with your unfaithful husband.You are dealing with someone who has lost the companionship of long time spouse, and is probably working through the grief of that loss and the challenges of caring for her as she declines It's important to get a better understanding of all the factors involved: is your friend's wife still mentally competent? Does your friend still visit her regularly, and is she aware of his presence when he is there? How do each of your religious beliefs affect this situation?Are there children involved, and how might your relationship affect them?
However, someone said to me not long ago that she always wanted to be a “second wife.” This is funny because, well, it’s funny, but also because she is still married to her first husband, and happy, with two children. I’m excited to be a “second wife.” In fact, to the handful of single friends I have now, who refuse to date divorced men, I yell, “There is so much positive about being The Second Wife!We talked for about 6 months before we actually became intimate Everything was great, we didn't see each other often because he lived an hour away and we were just really busy.One day I called him and the wife answered and she asked why was I calling her husband. This couple is responsible for me getting a fiancé and having a baby with him.They were the couple that first set me up on a blind date with my soon-to-be husband and father of my second child. Over dinner and vodka, my girlfriend announced that she is going to get married again. I hated the other "women" in his life, and could never understand how they could do what they did knowing he was married. I am still happy but have recently become involved with a married man (go figure) who has a wife in a nursing home.She has had repeated strokes and is not in the best shape in the world. He has begged me not to let anything happen to what we have. He can't take me places he wants to because he is afraid it will get back to his wife.Relationships require trust to thrive; otherwise, fear and anxiety rule, wearing away at your connection with each other.When people have been traumatized by betrayal in the past, they can project their fear of additional betrayal on subsequent relationships, causing conflict, anxiety, mistrust and suspicion to stalk their connections with others.A WOMAN EMAILED THIS TO ME AND I MUST SHARE:*Deep Breath* So I really felt the need to share this because I am so tired of seeing women writing about dating married men and how he won't leave his wife and blah blah blah.I am a 30 year old female and I have wrote before but asked to keep my email private from fb, well this time I want it to be posted on FB.