Susan Trombetti gives 6 steps to stop being the other woman with married men and start living your best life.
Being the Other Woman
When dating a married man, there’s the cold, hard truth: Getting involved with a married man is like eating a whole pint of ice cream. While it feels so sinfully good in the moment—you’re bound to regret it in the long run. But you already know that, don’t you? Otherwise, you wouldn’t be here looking for answers on how to stop dating a married man. The bad news? This isn’t going to be easy. The good news? You can choose an alternate path of romantic happiness and free yourself from this potentially toxic (and perhaps addictive) romance. You don’t want to be the other woman. You want to be the only woman!
If you’ve fallen in love with a married man, it can be very easy to get used to the unpredictable, sometimes thrilling circumstances. You may have even convinced yourself that he’s “The One,” which can make it feel impossible to walk away. So, first off, I want to applaud you for getting to a place where you’ve realized that you deserve more.
Finding the courage to end the affair can be extremely difficult—but don’t worry. I’m going to guide you through the whole process, from start to finish.