Why dating a married man is wrong
That being said, they’re also hella complicated, yet often blamed on the evil “home-wrecking” woman, who surely must be out to steal someone’s man and cause as much damage as possible.While indeed some women who sleep with married men end up catching feelings and wanting to have a “normal” relationship, it's not always done with cruel intentions.Michael Aaron, a kink-friendly therapist and author of For other women, while they may feel uncomfortable about the man’s marriage, their own intimacy issues draw them to someone unavailable.“You may have an individual who wants deeper intimacy, but for whatever attachment reasons, they may be afraid,” explains Aaron.
Above average marital spirituality Thus, this report suggests that one path to wedded bliss may be found by embracing an ethic of generosity that encompasses a spirit of service, frequent displays of affection and a willingness to forgive the faults and failings of one’s spouse.
From enjoying no-strings-attached sex to simply falling for a friend and coworker, three women shared with why they slept with married men, and what it taught them about themselves.
"I’m a former marketing communications manager turned performer and entertainer. Married' about a year and a half ago when my friend asked me to play keyboard in his new band, and the man was the bassist.
After reading the University of Virginia’s study of nearly 3000 people to evaluate what makes marriages work, I was delighted to get validation for most of my theories that I espouse on this blog. This spirit of generosity is all the more important as couples confront the challenges of parenthood together.
Among the highlights of the comprehensive report: Women who are married are twice as likely to report they’re very happy than single women. Remarkable, it’s everything I’ve been writing about for five years (apart from the God thing) and I didn’t even have to interview 2870 people!