Dating a man who cheated on his wife
But he was just ONE of 39 million subscribers in 53 countries on As relationships mature, power struggles tend to become more prevalent (as obvious as the "I'm Right"/"No, I'm Right" conversation and as subtle as the timing and frequency of sex).When a man experiences repeated power struggles with his spouse, his natural tendency is to "go to his cave," which really means get quiet and distant and grumpy.
Dating a married man is also unfair to you because you run the risk of becoming emotionally vulnerable with a man who is unable to commit to you.EDITOR' S NOTE: He Said-She Said is a biweekly advice column for singles featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to [email protected] (selected questions will be posted anonymously).QUESTION: I had been dating this guy for 4 years when I found out he's married and has a 1-year-old child.I was heartbroken and hurt, but I eventually chose to forgive him and I don't want to let him go.And that makes an emotional connection with his spouse that much more difficult.
Over time he begins to miss the emotional connection he previously felt with his spouse.
When he meets someone new and they accept him for "who he is" it's much easier for him to connect with his emotions and feel that connection with this new and interesting person.
Of course when the lust and honeymoon period are over and the power struggles start to arise in the new relationship he'll likely revert to his well-learned pattern and his struggles will start all over again. Might I suggest for us men to get our struggle with power in check? Appreciation When appreciation stops being quite so obvious and plentiful from their spouse — and if the relationship contains a heavy dose of blame and criticism (as most do) or even possibly contempt — men start looking for positive affirmations from others.
Good has a technical degree in early childhood education and studied career coaching through Re Career, Inc.
She is completing a Bachelor of Science in psychology at Southern New Hampshire University.
Typically, each self-deception is supported by one or more rationalizations, with each one bolstered by still more falsehoods.