If you love a married woman and you’re in a love relationship with her, read this post.

You are engaged in what is commonly thought of as a ‘triangle.’ Triangles are rough on the heart.

Triangles exist simply because a problem is not being resolved in a marriage.

Two people get married and have marital problems, instead of resolving those problems either by fixing the relationship or ending it, which by the way can be a valid resolution of a problem, a third party is brought into the relationship, and now you have a triangle.

I know the story books tell us that it’s better to stay together.

But I think there are plenty of people who never should have gotten together to begin with.

A lot of misery is avoided with a respectful ending and opportunity to start again with someone else after a period of sincere efforts to fix a love relationship.

The point is, a triangle happens when two married (or simply committed people) don’t fix their marriage.Instead defensive stuff happens like distancing from each other or finding another lover to make up for what is not happening in the marriage.The problem is you can’t get a piece of what you need from one person and another piece from someone else and expect to have a stable and satisfying love-life. What you get instead is fragmentation, conflict, and limited intimacy.So let’s look at the type of triangle that has one woman and two men in it.The target of desire in the relationship is the woman. Her husband is not leaving and she is not letting him go (otherwise she wouldn’t need a triangle to cope). It doesn’t matter how negative wife and husband feel about each other, they are together.It doesn’t matter how passionate the sex with the ‘other man’ in her life is, she is not leaving her husband.