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And answers that question, “Why would some smart, attractive, single woman get involved with a married guy? I refuse to take the obvious, nasty, mean-spirited tact on this — “Why? ” or something like that, usually uttered out of anger and in the midst of self-righteous indignation that’s so strong as to allow the Betrayed to not examine themselves in the mirror before they point the finger at other women.

Nor am I letting the “Other Woman” off the hook, which sometimes they like to let themselves do.

I hear it all the time on blogs, in the email — that the Married Man MADE them have an affair. No, I think this article avoids the extremes, and self-serving nonsense and cuts to the heart of the matter.

Or asking me things like “Well, why does HE keep coming back? And yes, I think understanding the psychology of the “Single Man” who gets involved with the Married Woman might be a good topic too, although from what I’ve gathered, it’s a much more rare circumstance and that single men rarely fall in love with their married affair partner and wish them to leave their spouses at the same rate the that single women in affairs wish this for their married men. ———————————— WHY DO SINGLE WOMEN GET INVOLVED WITH MARRIED MEN?

The marriage-damaging factor of affairs, it turns out, is far less about sex than it is about the total package of deception.

"Most people, I've found, can recover from sexual infidelity more readily than from the fact that they were lied to," says Vaughan.

But most “Other Women” don’t concern themselves with the effect on their partner’s wife and kids. They figure, “ But do they consider the effect on themselves of being in an affair with a married man? I think single women almost always get dumped, for whatever reason, and end up bitter, angry, frustrated and carry a lot of baggage afterwards.

They are usually showered with attention and love from the married man and now expect the next “boyfriend” to be exactly the same, despite the fact that affairs carry a certain illusion and intensity that is difficult to sustain in real life. And yeah, damaged goods — if they disclose the truth to a potential lover (and you should), how are they viewed ? Their morals, their decision-making, their stability is now, at best, seen as questionable. What started as a friendship or harmless flirtation turns into a hot romance like she’s never experienced and can’t let go of the delusional fantasy that it’s “real” and that he WILL leave his marriage for her, when in reality, this is pretty rare.

It is not only the marriage that faces consequences.Money is a big draw for women (eg, they look at men as “success objects” the same way men look at women as “sex objects.” Neither gender is immune from shallowness in their choice of partners). Low Self-Esteem/Fear of Intimacy or Commitment: According to Victoria L.Rayner, author of some single women have affairs with married men because they are afraid of committing to an intimate, long-term relationship.They equate experience with understanding women better and therefore being able to provide emotional support.Another psychological reason for women to get involved with a married man is the perception that a married man is more financially secure and that if he can manage his family’s finances, he can provide for her as well.And however hard you try to hold back, the slide in most cases is just too steep to resist. To me, it’s often about “forbidden fruit” that is irresistible to some women.