Dating man married relationship
You may ignore what others think of you, but it’s never pleasant to be the main topic of gossip.
Dating a married man means no romantic cafes, no enjoyable time at the movies, no peaceful walks in the parks.Here are the top reasons why dating a married person is not a good idea: He may convince you that you’re the one and only love of his life and name a number of reasons why you are better than his wife. Regardless of what they say, they’re not ready to abandon it.He may be enjoying the great time you both are having together. Why would they risk losing their house, money and spending time with their kids?Also know that God gives us His Word to protect us, not for some twisted type of control used to keep us from really enjoying life as satan would have us believe. Emotional damage, scandalous divorce and a devastated family.The more I started to inquire, the more he started to back-track. If my husband would have left me, I would now be living alone…probably without my children.
Like one other women said to me, trust your gut…ask the questions…if a guy gets ticked off, then he’s not the one (he’s also probably a liar and/or a narcissist). I found out in my quest for answers that this guy has a problem with pornography, has girlfriends in at least 3 states, and is looking for more (and is STILL married). I doubt their marriage will survive, but that’s up to them (and God). I erroneously thought that somehow I was helping to lead this guy to the Lord, when in fact, he was leading me into the pit of hell.
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Such strong emotions as disappointment and frustration may make them tell you words you desire to hear so much.
If a guy really is Christian, he would not lead you to commit adultery, nor justify why he does it. On the other hand, I am so BLESSED that my husband decided to stick in there with me.
We are rebuilding our marriage and it is better than ever. Read your Bible people…it’s the best weapon against ‘the great deceiver’. Tell the guy to look you up if and when he actually does get a divorce (and I don’t just mean filing the papers). You’re better off that way…and remember to “Seek first His Kingdom, and you will be given the desires of your heart.” That’s actually how I met my husband :).
The better decision is to go separate ways right now and search for a more suitable partner.