Frankly, I’m surprised your lover has been able to keep you under wraps for 30 years without the two of you being spotted somewhere.If you are truly sad for your lover’s wife, you should end the affair.There’s nothing better than dating a Virgo man and making him fall in love with you. At the end of the date with your Virgo man, if he says you should split the bill, ditch him.
Dear Can’t Stop: The problem with the rationale “what others don’t know won’t hurt them” is that, at some point, the truth usually comes out.
And when it does, there are usually plenty of hurt feelings.
Likewise, if you hide yourself under too many layers and unflattering shapes, he’ll be equally put off. You won’t notice it, but within 45 seconds of sitting he’ll have checked the state of your dress, hair, make-up and yes…even your chipped nails.
If these things aren’t in tip-top condition then forget about a whirlwind romance, as Virgo men cannot comprehend untidiness in a person.
For him, I think he was infatuated with the idea that a younger woman found him attractive.
I asked him out knowing he was married, thus safe from expecting a commitment.
Our relationship started a few months after he got married.
I know it was wrong to begin the relationship, but it started just as a way for me to get sexual experience.
(Of course, he knows I date other men.) Many times I have thought about ending our affair because I feel guilty, and sad for his wife.
My problem is our conversations are intoxicating, and our kisses, touches and lovemaking are like no other. Or do you think what others don’t know won’t hurt them?
However, because it has taken you three decades to discover your conscience, I somehow doubt you will.