Dr phils advice regarding sex and dating
You might be in love and believe he is your soul mate, but as Dr.
Phil says, " A real soul mate would not set you on the sidelines." The married man might tell you he loves you, or even say his wife never made him feel the way you did. He does not have to commit, because he can use the excuse that he is married and he can't leave his wife or the kids need him. You might miss out on opportunities to meet the love of your life and get married. How can you trust him when it comes to your relationship?
You don't know the nature of his relationship with his wife.
However, when you put yourself in his wife's shoes, you see things differently. But in this situation, you are the other woman and you are coming between him and his family.
“Ask any guy if sex is important in a relationship and the one who says no is lying. When you meet him, let’s get him into the Smithsonian – he’s that special and rare.” – Steve Harvey, (Harper Collins, 2009) Actually, there’s probably something wrong with that man—and sex is important to women, too.
Much has been said about the sexism of Harvey’s book and derivative film (which isn’t merely sexist, apparently, but homophobic).
You're going to spend many nights alone when you date a married man. Melissa Morang began writing professionally in 2002.
Game-playing leaves little room for authenticity and connectedness ad we’re likely to get hung up on keeping score and figuring out who deserves what when. Women and men are equally sexual creatures, equally deserving of sexual gratification and exploration.
Yes, genders as a whole vary in particulars—but many of these variances have more to do with cultural factors than science.
We also vary individually in terms of sexuality, regardless of our gender.
Women who embrace this have healthier sex lives, body image, self-esteem and libido. It encourages the myth that women who “give it up” early are slutty.