Dating married but seperated man
Quoting Jayde W759: Interesting topic, and one that I am currently living myself.Long story short, I met my husband when he was separated from his first wife and we dated all throughout that process until they were divorced. Because over those years my husband came out of his denial and "discovered" that he is gay.these things can take a little longer to sort out :-) Just my opinion :-)It took me five years fom seperation to complete my divorce.Neither of us dated for the first two years out of resepct for our grown up kids and each other.Yet, there are so many women who move-in with men who are only separated.Is not good, but their patience to go through all the bitter of a divorce together with the man they live and love, will be in the end prized.I do not agree with that lifestyle but is very current indeed. This is a very interesting topic and so true, indeed.I perfectly agree with you in not going further with someone separated.
That person is not yet fully detached from the former relationship.Needless to say, I told him exactly what my stance is and that he messed with my feelings. I am attracted to him, BUT that does not mean to entertain anything, because his wife is entitled to him, not me. Neither of us dated for the first two years out of resepct for our grown up kids and each other.He then said he can imagine me and him to which I replied: Imagination after a while may no longer suffice. Your choice whether you are going to toss the chance of living a rare and true love. Then, around about the 2 year mark, I found out the Ex had been dating and ensuring my children didn't spill the beans. 5 years is not fair to ayone to not be able to date.We were together for 8 years, married for 6 and have a beautiful 2 year old son. We are still great friends, I support him and he now lives with his boyfriend. Mostly for medical & spousal benefits, he still loves me and wants to take care of me.Our relationship is over, and we are living our separate lives. I have a lot of love to give, I'm not bruised, or jaded. Interesting topic, and one that I am currently living myself.