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A married man says he is not happy at home and he gets involved with someome he happens to fall in l
One of the most often cited reasons for failed marriages is both tragic and avoidable. many of the subjects who cheat on a spouse justify the infidelity by blaming a spouse who no longer pays any attention or shows an interest in the mate. People... read more
Saying 'he's not happy at home' has to be the most common excuse married men use for cheating. He may be very happy at home, and just wanting an affair, he may fall in love and still be very happy at home with his wife too. Either way, he's married and he got involved with another woman, that makes him the bad guy.
most men say that just to get the other woman's hopes up,most also end up staying with their wife
whatever....... I say leave, if you are not happy at "home", find another one. If you are claiming you've fallen in love with somone else, tis for you to be with them. A marriage/spouse just doesnt happen to morph into a room mate situation just because.......... Run along Dear....I'd say
becarefull with things like this.better yet work on realtionship first if it dont work just leave.cheating is not really great.it leaves someone broken hearted at the end more like you.thats why i gave up on such a thing.i did it to my ex and noone took me seriosely so i quit all affairs and marraige so i woulnt deal with drama.
by FastThoughts8212 years ago
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by cathinfrance8 years ago
I recently wrote a hub on this. If you are a wife who suffered this, the Other Woman who broke up a marriage, or a husband who left a family - what do you think explains the interest of the OW in breaking up a family?
by dashingscorpio3 years ago
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by sal037 years ago
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by Anjili5 years ago
Suppose your daughter told you “Mom, I’m in love with a married man” What would you do?
by Elizabeth19866 months ago
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