online dating for black - Dating a married man for three years

We have a strange situation but it works for us, yet I know its wrong.

am 24years old madly in love with a mm, have known for 5years but dating for 2 years now, he is married with 2 kids one is 15 and other 12 he is not happy with his wife and they first all the time because my cousin is thier neighbour and tells me everything, this couple is European and am an african, now this guy is wiling to divorce his wife for me, but he is saying that i have to first promise him that am committed to him , am scared to say yes because we are 20years difference and dont want to be commited now yet i dont want to loose him,what can i do please help me???

i didn't knew at first that he is married,, i'm really in love with him and i tried hard to break up with him but i couldn't.

i'm sure he loves as much as i love him we have been together for about two and a half years.

Finally, I took all my courage together, bought a few of the break up books available on the market (My favourite til this day: "It's called a break up because it's broken by Greg and Amiira Behrendt"), silently making a plan in my head to stop having a relationship with a married man.

I knew that even if losing him would cause a pain so great, staying with him was wasting my heart, emotion, and time.

As you can see its not all sex with us or we'd be meeting more than we do.

We are there for one another in ways our live in partners are not.

One word of caution though: Do not fall into a rebound relationship - dating is good, but don't lead them on too much if you don't intend to love know what I mean.

In time, you will seriously find a better love, someone who you can tell the whole world: he is yours.

I put up with every single one of the traditional married man excuse such as 'It's hard to just leave my marriage', 'if I easily leave my current marriage you will think bad of me - but I'll do it sometime since you're so special'...'I'm not in love with my wife..we're heading for separation SOON'..

After 2 more years I started to regain a little of my brain consciousness.

(If he cannot adhere to that, you know his words are just mere excuses) 2. Timeline is: 2 - 3 weeks and you will be on the borderline of being normal, slowly picking up. Otherwise, you would've saved so much time, some pride and some heartbreak. Start being active in your life - take dance lessons/classes or something. You and I both know you'd rather sleep on the couch than merely having the thoughts of dating someone you don't love.

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