Vicki, I've been in a relationship with a married man for five years.
He would say, "I love you, please wait for me," "I will marry you because you're the woman I've waited for all of my life." I wanted to believe him but I knew there was something that I couldn't put my finger on. She introduced herself and wanted to know what I was doing with her husband. Much research has been done on infidelity to give explanation for the reasons why people cheat and lie to the other woman or other man about the state of their marriage.
I won't try to give credence to the reasons why men or women cheat.
However, women are notorious for believing lies that married men tell them.
They take every word like it's the gospel of Matthew only to be disappointed in the end. If you've heard these famous lies listed above, you have "taken the bait" hook, line and sinker.
Trust me; the relationship is headed to a place called hell.
In fact, the overwhelming majority of married men never leave their wives.
However, here's the deal: he will continue to string you along for as long for the ride for as long as you stay on board. Break it off; don't accept his phone calls, text messages, Facebook messages or his Tweets.
If you are a single woman that has been seeing a married man for some time and reading this, chances are that you have already gone through the initial stages of infatuation and blinding bliss.
In these initial stages you are not wanting to think too deeply about the realities you are creating in your life by pursuing this relationship.