Most marriages in Bible times were arranged, and any contact between two prospective spouses was strictly monitored.
In addition, no matter what view one takes on the issue of divorce, it is important to remember Malachi : “‘I hate divorce,’ says the LORD, the God of Israel” (NAS).
I'm feeling sad and lonely right now, but know that it was the right thing to do. I feel like the biggest idiot because I know he isn't leaving her no matter what he says to me. The thing is i like him and I've kissed him several times , but I can't date him . He whips out his wallet to pay for something and I look down and see a photo of his wife tucked into his wallet. Spending a few hours on one day with him at a time and cherishing the few moments you have, all the while he goes home to someone... Many of you read my story, "I'm Drawn To Married Men Like a Bad Habit" and will know of what I speak. I finally realize that meeting married men just isn't my bad luck. I felt that he gets closer to me now that i don't fight or argue with him. The thing is, is he spends very little time with me. I know he isn't leaving his family for me nor do I want him too... But I can't see myself calling it a relationship because I know he will not leave his wife. So basically it's at least somewhat out in the open now.
Click here to read the experience of having an affair with a married man from the beginning.
Of all the relationships you can get into as a girl, dating a married man is one of the worst kinds.
First Thessalonians instructs us to “abstain from all appearance of evil” (KJV).
The better choice is to abstain from any action that could endanger one spiritually or give the impression to others of a careless attitude toward marriage.
Then he's falling in love with me, having emotional problems dealing, bye-bye again. eventhough it was always me that wanted to end it because i mean everything thats said about dating a married man is negative. I was in a long term relationship when we met..I was drawn to him.