It is certainly unwise to categorize every man in the same bracket and you shouldnt expect all men to cheat immediately given the opportunity.
A real soul mate would not set you on the sidelines. How can you be sure whether you’re the only “other woman” he has? She’s been married to him for however many years, cleaned up after him when he’s sick, raised children with him, sacrificed with him, dealt with the “damn dailies,” then you come in at the 11th hour and provide a contrast to that that’s new, and exciting and fun. It is no different than breaking into their house and stealing their things.
Even if a cheater does leave his wife for his side chick, do you think that means he’s changed? Unfortunately, men often cheat because they have an opportunity to.
He might just leave you in the same circumstances as he left his ex-wife. While divorce statistics among first-time marriages are relatively high, the divorce rate dramatically spikes for couples in their second or third marriage. Who they’re cheating with usually has little to do with it.
If you do, you're a little ahead of the game because most parents understand the unconditional love and responsibilities they have for their kids. If you don't have kids, you may be a little more challenged but that's okay if you are willing to explore these 6 things you MUST find about: 1.
Divorce is a type of death and requires a process of grief, even when one may have desperately wanted the divorce. Most men live with guilt post-divorce, even when a divorce is more than warranted. BTW, if he's separated versus divorced, consider that a red flag. If he has a hostile relationship with his ex, you can expect a lot more complications than what will already naturally exist when dating or living with a guy who has kids.