My friend is dating a married man Afreka xxx
Another one lived in Nigeria with his wife and I lived in Sierra Leone. But I would always say ain't no reason to be sorry this is the fact of our life.Of the four; two are still married, two others are separated/divorced (had nothing to do with me. I was very honest to myself about the nature of our relationships; I considered them temporary situations of circumstance.In the majority of cases the married boos had wives in foreign countries.(Who would actually date a married man whose wife lived in the same country code? Like I said, I always thought of myself as a self respecting young lady and so even in dating a married man I thought there should be a thieves code.)This is how they were: One married man said he was separated or soon to be separated and considering a divorce (it was true). Unlike what everyone assumes when you date a married man is that the relationships are always transactional. I was there when they would call their wives, or their wives would call.Two others lived on the continent while the wives lived in the diaspora. The relationships have all since ended, and with one of them I'm still shaking my head like how did I ever even date this man? Sometimes I would leave the room and give them privacy and other times they would excuse themselves always returning to say sorry.Yes you can have deep core transforming love with a man who is already married but 99.9% of the time like all good things it will come to an end. Go straight to jail, take a cold shower, and move on, move to another country if necessary, or if you're me don't go to where he lives. If you're a married man and you happen to read this my advice to you is don't make promises you can't keep; don't say forever, say right now.
It is possible that he does project himself into a divorce, however, he may have reasons that lead him to believe that the timing of a divorce is just not right for him at present.Being the other woman requires you to take a step back and take a cold, hard, analytical look at the realities of your situation.There will be serious limitations and you should consider them thoroughly before embarking on an affair or continuing your affair with a married man.They lasted about a year on average (except for the multiple year liaison with that Yoruba man who had me losing my mind for a while there.He was beautiful, still is, but I'm a changed woman. Like all relationships, I left when the connection faded, or it just wasn't working anymore.