Dating engaged men
I would place as much blame on the woman poacher since it takes both sides to get entangled.As a "victim" of two female poachers, I know I did wrong, but they were extremely aggressive and were to blame for what happened as well.There’s also the super-competitive woman who craves the competition, seeing mate poaching as the mother lode of wins to boost her self esteem.The hotter her rival, the hotter she is, the more she feels superior to the wife in terms of having the goods that men want. If he were to actually leave his wife or partner to make this relationship permanent, brace yourself for a nosedive. someone like me.”) to showcasing desirable qualities that the current mate lacks (e.g., “She’s cold and unfeeling; I, however, am warm, vivacious, and loving.”) Still others engage in “bait-and-switch” tactics, initially offering sex with no strings attached, only to expect down the road that her man will become so attached that he can’t bear to live without her. Maybe even start an affair with the husband you have. I was right there with you until you said 'married men'.And when they first met, was she really scanning the room for tall, dark, and handsome, or was she actually looking for married with romance sans responsibility?
I don't think this article encourages anyone doing anything.
Valerie Golden Mate poaching is a robust phenomenon, and it is here to stay.
When single women see a moderately attractive male, they are more interested in him if they believe he is already in a relationship!
In fact, one sizable study found 90 percent of single women were interested in a man who they believed was taken, while a mere 59 percent wanted him when told he was single.
Take Lisa, a young, attractive, smart, successful woman from a major metropolitan area.
Anon - If you knew this Martian Bachelor and the history of their posts on this site, you would see that either 1) they are just posting to garner attention by being sarcastic or stupid, or 2) they really are stupid and doing it to be funny. ) You are absolutely correct and no, I am not familiar with that individual or his previous posts. Keep the thread going and always ask the question, no matter what it is. did you just refer to yourself as a "victim" your an adulterer and in the eyes of god that's just wrong and if you do have children and you did end up getting divorced then you cheated those kids on having both there mom and dad under the same roof and god knows what other problems this will lead to for them in the future. I don't think it is realistic to expect life-long marriages to work, let alone remain monogamous. What about the woman who marries an alcoholic because she likes to play the rescuer?