Wishing you could tell him, her, or yourself to make a move or get off the pot in this relationship?Hit me up and let's chat about what you'd really like to have happen and see what we can do to get you on the road to a healthy relationship!
I'm sure this has happened for many lesbians, but in what ways do they lead you on and proceed to destroy all of your hopes? As a lesbian, I generally avoid dating straight or "bi-curious" girls as a rule.
Not long after Adam met Eve and that little tempting piece of fruit complicated things, the heart of infidelity began to blossom. Of course, exercising the common courtesy of asking, "Are you married?
Then somewhere along the way in history, women out numbered men, and the pickings became slim for both heterosexual women and gay men. No matter how many times the Weather Girls sing, "It's Raining Men," life's daily forecast just never works out that way. " does get you off the hook from being called a home-wrecker.
That is until you find out you're dating Captain Dishonest who forgot to tell you that he's "happily" married with 2.5 kids.
Once the confession of his dishonesty has come to light, you now stand in your own conscience and values to determine your next move. And don't be so quick to judge and shout, "You go and run like your bum's on fire!
If "commitment" means being committed to seeing you a couple of times per week outside of the bounds of his marriage, and you can handle that type of commitment, then bully for you, you're in a committed relationship. For whatever reason, it seems the married person always gets the bashing for cheating and infidelity.