Sometimes, it's a Tall, Dark, and Handsome Stranger.Tall, Dark, and Handsome Stranger was a pulp fiction trope, particularly in mystery novels. This then led to a Tall, Dark, and Handsome casting trope for leading men: Clark Gable, etc.The realization – Being used by a married man When I was involved with a married man, I felt terribly used.
This is also one of the defining attributes of the Latin Lover stereotype.
A tall and handsome black man can be described as such too, though anyone with the height and dark hair can pull it off.
There is no way he’s ready to do that, even if your closet love goes on for a few years. You wake up feeling cheated, used and totally and miserably helpless. But all this is just the tip of the iceberg of problems when you have a relationship with married men.
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Of all the relationships you can get into as a girl, dating a married man is one of the worst kinds.
Getting into a relationship with married men We love helping people we like out of troubling situations.
And admit it, you’d love a man who’s a mess, if he likes you. But when he looks towards you for emotional support and love, the same things his own wife, apparently, doesn’t provide him, you end up falling in love, more with his emotional affairs rather than anything else.
You are just a mysterious part of a married man’s life that surfaces when he packs his bag and tells his wife he’s travelling to another city.
It’s insulting, especially when he says you mean so much to him, but that’s the life you have to accept. And every time you ask him to walk out of his relationship, it would just lead to frustrated tears. And at times, it can take years for you to accept the love of a genuine man you meet later in life.
He’d love you physically, but his emotions still stay with his real family.