Danger dating married man
I am about to discuss with you the impact of such an act.
A woman stepping out on her husband is happening more often today than it did 30 years ago; but just because it is happening more often doesn't mean you should join the trend.
During the relationship, you may also feel hurt, angry or anxious because your boyfriend is involved with another woman who has a legal claim to his attention and time -- his wife. If you respect the institution of marriage, an affair with a partnered man means compromising your values.
Additionally, if the married man you are dating has children, you will likely cause emotional harm to not only his wife, but his children. In an article for "Psychology Today," psychiatrist Mark Goulson points out that when you date a married man, you are helping him betray his wife as he turns against the promises he made when he married her.
Additionally, Mark White, chair of the Department of Philosophy at the College of Staten Island/CUNY, explains that from many philosophical perspectives -- both secular and religious -- adultery is almost always wrong because it involves deception, hurting others and breaches of commonly-held social values, such as fidelity and honesty.
They probably have kids together and that is the only bond they share.
”, and perceives this as being put first (the one thing that women want to feel in a relationship).
By this time, she is more than likely already aware of the fact that he is unhappy in his marriage and the more time she spends with him she makes sure to plea her case as to why he should be with her instead.
Affairs happen out of purely selfish desires, and not having the ability to look past the instant gratification.
If you are one of those men that are thinking of dating married women then you are asking for trouble that you can't even comprehend. Your relationship can only go one of two places, she divorces him for you, or the affairs ends with her husband finding out or some other way.
The ICJ, together with other 60 national and international human rights organizations urged today the Myanmar authorities, and in particular the Ministry of Transport and Communication and the Parliament, to ensure the repeal of the offence of criminal defamation.