Susan is the successful owner and operator of four metropolitan home design studios. She’s also involved in an affair with a married man.
There may be a vast disconnect between what Susan is thinking and what this man she thinks is the man of her dreams is thinking.Whether she discovers these facts or not, her heart is destined to be broken. However, some data point to the possibility that a broken heart after ending it with a married person can be much more difficult to heal than a broken heart after a more traditional relationship. Cheaters who end relationships tend not to be the most sensitive partners.3.They may feel that the reasons for ending it should be obvious to their affair partner, and that she or he should just take it like a "big girl."“You knew what you were getting into,” is a not uncommon reason to stop calling, stop emailing, stop texting, and if it is a workplace relationship, stop being nice at work.4. Whether through shame, a desire to protect the cheater, or both, it is often true that no one knows of the relationship.When a married man courts a woman, he takes a huge risk—a risk that reveals he wants her very much.
His time with her, whether texting, secret coffee dates, or time spent in her bed, reveals a commitment much deeper than the single men she has been with. They didn’t have to engage in clandestine plans and think of elaborate excuses.Only a small minority of men who stray end up falling in love with their affair partners.3.