I have been sleeping with a married man. We are away for 6 months working together and became...
very attracted to each other. We have an amazing time together and have a lot of fun. I do not plan on being with this person, nor does he plan on being with me. We are just having an amazing time. However, I am not the type of person to do something like that to another woman. Am I a horrible person for doing this? Should I just stop, or enjoy the remaining time we have left out here together?
I believe you should stop doing it because your plan about not being with this person can gone wrong and you will start being emotionally attached to him. You can still have good time but be careful about it...
Yeah; Just Break Her Heart; Both Of You Seem To Be Worthless; If You Want A Good Time; Go Drinking; Not Sleeping With Another Woman's Husband; You're Just Selling Yourself Short; And He Found Pleasure In Using You For A While; While You've Taken A Good Person; Who Doesn't Belong To You; And If You're Asking If It's Wrong; Then You Seriously Need To Go Back To School; And Learn Maturity; How Would You Feel If It Was Done To You? Think Before You Speak; Not Every 16 Year Old Wants To See People Cheating Then Asking If It's A Bad Thing...
Honestly; How Old Are You? 18?
I believe that you can have fun with a member of the opposite sex without sleeping with them. What on earth possessed you to sleep with him! I think you should explain to him that yes its been fun but it has to stop now, no more sleeping with each other. And no you're not a horrible person - just maybe a little silly.
Breaking a marriage is the easiest thing to do, do you realise the consequences. would you like your man to cheat on you?
Please stop it for your sake for the sake of the man his family and the heartache you are causing someone.
Do take time to think about your action and find a way of changing the way you life your life.
This is said not as condemnation but to help you be a better person.
I do not know why most the women are opportunitic person they uses chances if they get, but men are not that way, I never go for it unless it comes to them, you might feel happy bodily like eating honey every day, it adds insult in to your mental healthiness, you are making wound in your mental strength by doing these things, it will happy bodily for mentally it is insulting others, it might go up to susicide sometimes because you did not morally behaved it remains in your mind even when you sleep with your husband and it pops up and kill you, be care full, do indulge in unwanted and illegal sex like this, please stop, you are making mentally hurting yourself but you are telling you are happy.
The only thing we can truly claim ownership of is our own honour, once you give away your honour, you really possess nothing. You're not a terrible person, but you have nothing, and your partner in this matter is just the same.
STOP! You are not helping anyone, but hurting everyone involved. You may not be able to see the consequences now... but they will come.
How would you feel if you were betrayed?
by Kayleigh06 4 years ago
How can I stop seeing a married man?I've been seeing a married man, he works 2 doors down from me, so I do see he on a day to day basis, but don't always speak, I bump into him rather regularly on a night out and we always end up together we have only happened to be together a very few amount of...
by FastThoughts821 3 years ago
What are the rules and expectations of having an affair with a married man?You are obviously not first nor a priority. If you have been talking for a whole year. It took 6 months before any sexual interactions. He does not pressure, and he said I love you first.
by cathinfrance 8 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 terced ojos 7 months ago
As a Christian married man is it a sin to lust in my heart for my wife?On occasion I um pleasure myself thinking about her. I was wondering though. Am I committing a sin for lusting after her? It doesn't feel like it's wrong but I was wondering what my brothers and sisters in Christ might say.
by sal03 7 years ago
I am a separated woman. 3 years ago, I started an affair with a married man. We fell deeply in...love. We also had a child together. He was going to leave his wife and adopted daughter. When he told his wife, she refused to let him go. He crumbled under the pressure and decided to stay in his...
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
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