Dating married men advice
When a person doesn't get enough love and understanding from his partner, he tries to fulfill his/her needs elsewhere to satisfy himself.When another person fulfills his emotional need by appreciating him or understanding his problems, he/she falls for him," adds Dr Arvinder.Both taste devilishly good, but both are sinfully bad! Dr Kamal Khurana, a marriage and relationship counselor explains, "Women who fall for married men are usually seeking attention and emotional support.Yet, what is it about a married or the so-called 'committed' man that attracts women? Since married men seem to be more experienced and mature, they get attracted towards them."Dating a married man could probably stigmatise you with many condemnable titles and may not be an easy experience to endure, for being the 'other woman' entails a lot of sacrifices.If you have convinced yourself that his family would never come to know about it, think again.Samvedna Thakur (name changed on request), 27, who works in an advertising agency in Delhi claims, "I have been dating a married man for the last two years. I've tried to break up with him several times but have failed in doing so.I am aware of the consequences if his wife finds out about our relationship.
It's important to consider that there are many people involved in your relationship, than just the two of you.I met this man though a common friend and realised that he was the one for me.Being a wife and a mother, it isn't correct on my part to be dating a married man and giving up on my marriage, but I think our ultimate goal in life is to be happy, isn't it?In extra-marital affairs, you can't expect to get any of these.
Most women know it by instinct, but not surprisingly many fall for it.You may find yourself alone more often than you'd like because his family will always come first.