” and a click, leaving the other woman wondering all night if his cover was blown or not, and whether or not she will hear from him after that.
She will get to the point where she must make a decision whether she would be able to deal with never being first in the man’s life, and the thought of it never progressing.
a.k.a He'll NEVER stay that into you There are no positive reasons for dating a married man.
The woman goes through self-esteem issues and starts to wonder why she is settling for less than what she deserves.
If the man is not a total ass, he will feel the guilt every time he looks in his wife’s eyes, and he will try to ease the guilt by taking her out on a date, or suggesting a family vacation, etc.
However, filling the void may backfire on him, as the relationship may escalate from occasional lunches during work hours or early dinners disguised as “working late”, to the more intimate texting and instant messages all night long.
This is hook line and sinker for the woman, as she automatically thinks, “oh, he wants to talk to me so badly that he’s risking getting caught!
The man more than likely plays into this often times telling her things such as “I wish I could have met you years ago”.
This makes her feel as if the only thing keeping them apart is the ring on his finger.
The other woman can’t call him or see him when she wants to.
Eventually those sneaky late night phone calls end abruptly with “I gotta go!
The cycle of the love affair with a married man almost always ends in broken hearts, hurt, and wasted time.
Sure you have those once in a million times where the man actually leaves his wife for another, but for the most part, it is a script for adultery disaster.
Unfortunately, even if she is not ready to admit it, her subconscious desire is for him to make the dream come true, and leave his wife.