I have been dating a married woman for seven months.We are together continously such as during lunch at work, after work until 8 or 10pm at night and on the weekends.May I suggest that the DWM who approach those of us who are Dating While Single (DWS), try something as simple as honesty?
Somtimes this relationship will work out, but most of the time, it wont.
Just some advice from someone who has been in your shoes.
I am not sure what caused me to start sleeping with married women, especially ones who were much older than I was.
The easy explanation is that I was abandoned by my mother, and so I wanted to have a relationship with someone who would comfort me the way a mother can a child.
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