By the time I found out he was married, we already fell in love. It proved to be devastating and ended in his divorce. I made a mistake of moving into his apartment when he was separated, just to be told 10 days later that he was reconciling with his wife! I'm glad I had somewhere to stay afterwards! I was crushed, humuliated, irritated, angry. It was one of the most humiliating and depressing experiences in my life. Never again! He tried to get back with me after his wife finally decided on divorce after all, but my friends helped me resist his poisonously charming appeals. Boy, it was hard to give up something that I thought would never be. But a year later or so I met a man I finally married. He kept his word and married me and we have a 2 year old daughter and we are a family! In contrast, the married man never promised anything while we were together despite me telling him I was dreaming of a romantic wedding. How could I be so stupid to fall for that on the first place?!
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