I have told him several times that we cannot continue talking to each other, and he tells me his relationship with his wife is OK.
He continues to contact me and tells me he wants me, but I don't know if he really likes me.
Know what not to settle for If you are looking to meet men who want marriage, then start out by avoiding those who are just interested in having a good time.
When you meet a man for the first time, sound out his priorities in life and if you feel having a family in the near future does not figure high on his list, move on.
Even the decent-looking guy you see on your daily commute, may be a better bet than the dashing guy who you met on the Caribbean cruise last winter.But every single time, I am left wondering what kind of women they are married to and what said women are going through. But it was only a couple weeks later that he stood on the altar and sold his product to church, praising the Most High God, and saying how imperative it was to live a holy life and obey His word.I remember specifically the case of that guy in church. I learned that he was married with kids, that his wife was pompous and thereby, the inherent cause of his displeasure and dissatisfaction, that monogamy was unnatural, that biblical men were never monogamous (like David), that infidelity actually makes a marriage stronger because when a man sleeps with another woman, it makes his wife more desirable, that he was going to give me money out of his school stipend whenever I needed it, that all I needed to do for him was keep him company by cooking for him, going on dates with him, and of course, letting him invade my privacy with the only appendage that makes him think he’s a man, and finally, that he will let me get married when it’s time. And the congregation, they clapped for him and shouted alleluia, amen, and glory. I sat and watched in horror as he led God’s people astray.In the generation before ours, and in the generation before the generation before ours, there were people – men and women – who questioned if marital fidelity truly existed.And now, in this generation, here I am, among many others, questioning the same issue, wondering if it is just an ideology instead of an actual day of life.