Secrets of dating a married man
So for you sisters out there that are dealing with a marry man please read. At the end of the day, he goes home to his wife and you sleep alone.
This is my list of how to date someone that is married and keep your sanity and also, how to make him yours! Take things as they come, don’t ever press for answers or change. If someone catches your eye and he is available, go for it. You gain nothing by driving by his house and the like. If you need or want more from a relationship go out and get it.
Never bring up something about you and he in the distant future.
I didn’t, and still do not, want to be that dumb girl who falls for a taken man.
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