I think I'm a homewrecker

I know he's in a relationship, and he has been for four years but he isn't happy with her and he's only with her so he's not alone, he's a good bit older than me but I feel a big connection and he says he feels it too. He's told me he loves me and he wants to be with me and I can see myself being happy with him but I don't want him to cheat on this girl who has no clue about his new found feelings for me but I'm also curious to see if he'd cheat on me. Four years is a long time to be with one person and yeah would he cheat on me if the next best thing came if he finds it so easy to say that he would leave this other girl? Half of me wishes I never met him but another half of me does depend on him a good bit for comfort and that connection

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  • When my Wife went out of her way to make me unhappy I left! I didn't f*** around or have some Gal on the String with empty promises. I paid the Price for sure, but I never want to be with someone I'm not happy with. So tell this Guy to Man up and make the choice, his Wife or you!

  • I hate the word "ultimatum", and I hate giving them, but sometimes it's all that's left to do. It sounds like that's where you are. He needs to SOGOTP, and tell you where you stand so you can decide whether or not you want to invest more of your life with him.

  • You are the other woman and that's all you 'll ever be if that's what you settle for

  • It's true. You aren't a home-wrecker: you're just a w****.

  • Just a s*** get the leavings

  • Ignore all these idiots, honey: they don't know what they're talking about. You are obviously in love and that changes the entire nature of the relationship you have with this man. You need to pry him away from the woman he's living with, because it's clear she's all wrong for him and because it's fair ("all's fair in love and war") to do whatever it takes to accomplish that end. You are where we wants to be and who he wants to be with, and so it's okay to make that happen. Gloves off!! If you need some suggestions about how to make this happen, write back and let me know: I'll give you a list. :)

  • You need to start behaving like he's already yours. Treat him like HE'S YOUR PROPERTY. He'll respond to that by acting like he's yours. Don't let that b**** continue to stand in your way. If she was taking care of business at home, he wouldn't keep coming back to you. Trust me: I know what I'm talking about. You aren't a homewrecker, because there is no home to wreck: they're just roommates. The space he occupies with you is his home. Start acting like it.

  • Listen to your intuition. I also knew he'd break my heart. I wish I had left a lot sooner. He eventually left me for a much younger woman. It crushed me and I haven't recovered ever since. That was five years ago. Pathetic, but it is what it is.

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