Advertisement My guess is that you feel entitled to pursue this man because you believe that your relationship history hasn’t been that great. You have the same problem I did: pursuing folks who were unavailable and relying exclusively on physical attraction.
I must tell you that you are not entitled to anything. All your other relationships were just normal growing pains of life. Confine your looking to those who are emotionally available: Look for a nice, single guy within a five mile radius.
However, I would have to agree with Attorney Davidson. Why do you care whether she dates a married man or not?
The only way this would be at all relevant would be IF: (1) the ex-wife is receiving alimony from you; and (2) if she were actually living with the married man.
They probably have kids together and that is the only bond they share.
The ideal woman for this guy is the girl who has been hurt many times by single men and is in the stage where she just wants someone to love her.
I do not preume to judge or give advice and you can do what you think is right.
However, I would worry less about what your ex-wife is doing and be more concerned about your own life.
You went into your second relationship hoping for marriage. You weren’t looking for “terminal.” Your love life was very acceptable up until this point. I stopped with your question about how you got to the point of dating a married man. Accept that there’s no pattern and then deal with your present. You are not judging yourself nearly as harshly as we will. More than 25 percent of battered women remain in a relationship with their abuser. The National Network to End Domestic Violence shares the six steps to protect yourself and your children.What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Phil and his panel of medical experts discuss the new science behind a cheaterâ€™s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.