Why it’s a bad idea to become romantically involved with someone who is willing to cheat on their spouse with you, and to delude yourself into thinking that your affair will ever lead to a healthy, monogamous long-term fairy tale romance or marriage.
In this video coaching newsletter, I discuss an email from a Brazilian viewer who claims to be dating a fantastic woman for nine months. He says he wants to spend the rest of his life with her. They have the same values, goals, similar careers and their chemistry is pure fire. The only problem is that she has been married for seven years to another man! He says she has been unhappy for six years and really pissed at her husband for the past three years. Supposedly she was all set to leave her husband so they could live happily ever after, but backed out at the last minute. She told him that even though he has not been good to her, she wants to give him another chance. Now she wants space so she can work on her marriage. Now he wonders what he should do. I give him a reality check.
“Men and women who date married members of the opposite sex and put their personal lives on hold in hopes that they will actually leave their spouse are deluding themselves. Most of the time they never actually leave their spouse and just string their affair partners along with just enough hope and promise of a rosy future to keep them on the hook. The reality is if you become involved with a cheater, you are usually dealing with a selfish, weak, narcissistic, lying and devious con artist who is incapable of real love, loyalty, commitment and honesty. People who stay hung up on and romantically involved with unavailable married lovers, really are just living out their limiting belief that they are not worthy of true love and a great relationship. It’s how they avoid a real relationship and continually experience wanting love that they never get; this is usually similar to a pattern they became emotionally conditioned to expect and seek out during childhood. You should hit the eject and delete button the moment you find out a potential or new lover is still married.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne
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Impossible & Toxic Relationships