They’re not trying to steal him, or take him, but it’s appealing that he is unavailable,” says Dr.
When we spent time together, it was mostly in parks outside of the city, or in our practice studio that we shared and played music in for a few months.
It was nice that there wasn’t that pressure of being in a fully committed relationship, and that allowed us to let loose sexually.
He drank entirely too much and when that happened, all he did was pick a fight.
He tried to talk me into getting plastic surgery and would say I was 'unhinged' when I got too upset.
His unavailability was a turn-on, the danger of it all.
But it was upsetting because we couldn't do normal couple things.
There was obviously chemistry, but I was a little uncomfortable at first about him being married, which continued into our relationship.
He assured me that his wife was cool with it and that they had a 'don’t ask don’t tell' relationship.
I realized that his ego was bruised when I told him I didn't want to be with him, so he made up with me just to break up, so he could have the last word.
After we broke up, he tried to repair things with his wife, and that didn't work, and I think he realized very quickly that no sane woman would deal with his enormous ego for how little he gives in return.
I suggested we tell her multiple times, but he wouldn’t have the courage.