3 Reasons It Is Wrong To Date Married Women

3 Reasons It Is Wrong To Date Married Women


It is true that love is sweet and interesting when you are with the right person. Also, there is probably no limit to what a person in love can do for his or her lover.

However, as a guy, dating a married woman does more harm than good, whatever the circumstance. Here are three reasons it is wrong to date a married woman.

1. It Is a Sin

The first reason it is wrong to date a married woman is that it is a sin against God. Dating or sleeping with a married woman is considered adultery in the Holy Bible. The Bible says in Hebrews chapter 13 verse 4: “Let marriage be held in honor among all, and let the marriage bed be undefiled, for God will judge the immoral and adulterous.”

2. It Destroys or Breaks a Home

Dating a married woman can destroy or break a home. This is because when the woman is caught by her husband, it can lead to divorce. It can also hamper the woman’s ability to perform her duties to her husband and her children, or even make her stop performing her marital and parental roles altogether. When that happens, the affected home, marriage or family is destabilized.

3. It Is Deadly

By dating a married woman, you can contact different kinds of deadly diseases that might even be unknown to the woman herself, and you can also infect her! This is because there is the possibility that you’re not the only one she is sharing her body with, even apart from her husband.

As a man, who desires every good thing in life, you should know it is a totally inappropriate thing to date a married woman. As long as a woman is married, you should not go into a relationship with her not to talk of having sexual intercourse with her. You must resist the temptation. At the end of the day, it is not worth it. The same goes for a married woman having extramarital relationships.


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