I remember couple years ago I let myself blindly get involved in a relationship with a cheating husband.I didn't like him at first and no matter what excuse I threw to myself, it's nothing to do with how or why it started. What's worse is that he looked better in my eyes as days go by, and I was starting to tolerate a lot more things (no gifts for my birthday, lonely christmas and holiday times, splitting the bill or picking up his bills, lonely weekends etc).A number of them want younger women (never mind that I look much younger) – didn’t anyone tell these guys that women hit their sexual prime over 40:-)?
One of the most exciting times in a relationship is at the beginning.
Getting to know someone new and trying new activities together is a lot of fun.
I’m amazed at how many of them fall for the psycho Bs and drama queens.
My last (short-term – I can’t find one healthy enough to become long term!
He may also be more adventurous than your spouse or other men you have dated.
Whatever the situation is, you are likely to have some great sex with a married man, even if most of the excitement comes from the possibility of being caught.
) boyfriend told me I was the first mentally healthy woman he dated in 3 years.
But although I had everything he wanted in a woman, he didn’t feel any “chemistry” for me – so he went back to a younger woman who had serious enough issues that she lost custody of her kids.
After 2 more years I started to regain a little of my brain consciousness.
I started to realise that he was a married man, a cheating husband! Even so, I couldn't let go of him because I thought I loved him to the max.
Sometimes the affair is only about sex, while other times an emotional cheating relationship becomes physical.