Charlotte, NC

#1 Dec 29, 2012
Do you believe a married man can love another woman?
Living to learn

Crossville, TN

#2 Dec 29, 2012
It ain't right at all and will only interfere in many lives... Not just wrecking a marriage, yours and/or hers, but the friends "of the marriage" lives, or kids, if any.?. This is the single most downfall of our society! A "selfish" person who does not think of "ALL the consequences" that what "you ask " carries... You are sick. PERIOD! Reverse the roles, if you can at all!
Living to learn

Crossville, TN

#3 Dec 29, 2012
Quote Mark 10:8,9. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.
Asunder means : to interfere or make wrong.

Crossville, TN

#4 Dec 30, 2012
Technically yes a married man can love another woman. Some people believe it is possible to love multiple people at once, with each individual being loved for various reasons. However, love itself isn't enough to hold together a relationship. Tenacity, trust, honesty, and a good set of morals all play into a successful relationship as well (amoung other things).

So here is my question to you. Would you be interested in a man willing to cheat on his current wife? How about a man who would leave his wife just because they are, currently, in a bad spot and he doesn't feel like dealing with it? What makes you think his future relationships will be any different? Before you go pursuing something (I am assuming that is why you are asking) you should think about these things.
so sad

Crossville, TN

#5 Dec 30, 2012
Well every suitaton is different when a mans wife leaves him and abandoneds him and the man findes some one else. he is not to blame.

Fayetteville, NC

#6 Dec 30, 2012
beanpole wrote:
Do you believe a married man can love another woman?
Not as much as he loves his wife or he'd leave her to be with the other woman. Making the other woman the only woman.
What ifs

Crossville, TN

#8 Dec 31, 2012
so sad wrote:
Well every suitaton is different when a mans wife leaves him and abandoneds him and the man findes some one else. he is not to blame.
That doesn't neccessarily make it so. Do you know what happened before she threw in the towel, what led up to her walking away? See, all too often people assume things and are quick to judge a person based on what little details of a situation they have gathered, without knowing the whole entire truth of a matter. It's awful easy to hear that a woman has up and left her husband and to immediately see it as just that, her walking out and her being to blame for everything going to sh!t. In reality though, more often than not, that isn't the case. Most women don't just walk out on their husband, on their marriage.....if there isn't a reason or reasonS for her to do so.

I say all this because I knew of a very similar situation. The wife tried and tried to make the marriage work. The husband treated her very badly for a long, long time. She got fed up and left him. Husband meets someone new and fills her head full of nothing but lies about his ex-wife and previous marriage, as did he to just about everyone else he knew. He blamed her for everything, said she had "abandoned" him, had "ran off to be with another man", etc etc. The truth of the matter was that he was to blame and he knew it, but how many men do you know, like to admit when they're wrong? lol

Ladies, beware. If you are seeing a married man, especially if he uses the whole "I'm ABOUT to be divorced" line, get some accurate info before getting in over your head. That goes for men that are already divorced as well. Hear his side of things but don't shut out the idea of hearing her's. Don't assume that just because she is an ex of his that she won't be honest with you. In many situations, the ex may even be able to PROVE her side of things and what type of person you're involving yourself with. You might save yourself a whole lot of heartache by doing so.
Oh Yeah

Crossville, TN

#9 Dec 31, 2012
The original post said nothing about the wife leaving. Sounds like maybe he is just cheating and she wants to know if it is possible for him to love her as well.

I say no....a cheater will tell you what you want to hear so they can get what they want.

Shame on you and shame on him, too. Until there is no wife you should stay out of it.

Why are the girls from this town not taught any respect? Respect for yourself or respect for others.


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