Im dating a married man
I mean, if he’s already taken, that means he has to be good, right? And if his woman is a pretty looker in the first place, I’d be flattered if the guy leaves her to come to me.
Who needs Einstein wannabe when you can have Sugar Daddy?My body has radically changed since I became a parent.There are the physical changes (like my shrunken boobs and muffin top), but also internal and mental changes.More significantly, my anxiety blossomed and I spent over a year dealing with a debilitating case of postpartum depression. I have a friend who self-identifies as bisexual even though he hasn't so much as kissed another man. And let me tell you: When you're depressed, you don't feel like a normal human being, let alone a sexual one. I wasn't in the middle of Kinsey's infamous scale, but since I was attracted to both men and women, I identified as bisexual. No, but it's really easy to do and it happened to me before I even realized it.
It's been more than a decade since I've so much as flirted with a woman. How long could I go without writing before I felt silly calling myself a writer? I was always afraid that becoming a parent would make me feel like a different person and unfortunately, the fear came true.
If it’s a man we’re talking about, inevitably they end up falling in love with them.
In other cases, it’s the story of the ‘Forbidden Fruit’.
It may be the case for a few women, but definitely not everyone.
I haven’t come across any woman who pretends to fall in love with a married man just for the heck of it, but those women do exist, I guess.
I've been with my husband for about 10 years and we've been married for seven. I've always defined myself as a writer, even when I wasn't publishing my work.