I've been trying to forget him since then and call off the relationship, but I am not being able to do so." Dr.
Arvinder Singh, a psychotherapist and consultant says, "There is usually a lot of guilt associated with such relationships.
He fumbles in his pocket, quick with fear, and slips his platinum wedding band back on his finger. Sugarland, “Stay”: Listening to them made me feel better. My tears fell as fast as the first thunderstorm of the year.“What are you saying? “I think I’m breaking up with you,” I said.“Maybe you should think about it more,” he pressed.
I was a secure, confident woman and was not willing to compromise my life for a relationship and everything that came with it. He had his responsibilities with his wife and family. For those forty hours a week that his wife was working, he was mine.
Poonam Tiwari (name changed on request), 34, who works with a multi-national company in Noida adds, "I am in love with a married man who has a son. Mine was an arranged marriage, but after a year, lot of differences started creeping into our relationship.If they do, you would have to deal with the guilt of inflicting emotional pain on his spouse and kids, besides hurting yourself.It's important to consider that there are many people involved in your relationship, than just the two of you." Dating a married man could probably stigmatise you with many condemnable titles and may not be an easy experience to endure, for being the 'other woman' entails a lot of sacrifices.
If you have convinced yourself that his family would never come to know about it, think again.Owing to their experience, married men understand the emotional needs and desires of women better than their single counterparts.