If You're The 'Other Woman', You Have Only Yourself To Blame

Whether you have been the infamous mistress in a love triangle, or experienced your partner having an affair, it can be hard to understand the emotions of everyone involved. being the other woman There are popular misconceptions about the other woman and her 'place' in a relationship. Was she everything that the girlfriend couldn't be? Was she a hotter, younger, thinner, more fun version of the girlfriend? Was she a replacement? The truth is, for men who cheat - there is typically nothing 'better' about their mistress than their partner. Cheating has it's own complexities, but if someone chooses a mistress after he chooses a partner, that doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean the mistress was specially selected over his girlfriend. So why do some women become mistresses? Well for one, the mentality that they are in some way superior to the unsuspecting (or, in some cases, all knowing) girlfriend can feed their ego. They like the thrill and scandal of an affair. Some people need drama, secrecy and excitement to fuel their lives. And typically men who cheat will invest more energy into their affair at first, which makes women fall hard for them and become overly invested. But in the end, being the other woman and getting hurt is something that is inevitable. Plus, it comes with a sinking feeling of guilt that you have contributed to the destruction of a relationship and, in-turn, hurt yourself in the process. The best advice for someone who is knowingly the other woman - get out while you can. What are your thoughts? Have you ever been a mistress or been cheated on? Source: Elite Daily Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_109821" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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