A story says:
When a seriously ill man was about to leave the world, he called his wife and young lover to his bed. Facing the sad and crying single lover, he took out a withered yellow leaf and said, "This is the leaf that fell on your shoulder when we first met. I have kept it as the most precious thing in my life. Now I give it to you as a witness of our love."
Then he took out another passbook and said to his first wife, "We have quarreled all our lives, and we won't have to fight any more. Here's the passbook for you and live well with the children." See, this is the end of falling in love with a married man. Can't this story awaken those MM who fall in love with married men? Even if married men are all good, they are others' after all. Little white rabbits all understand the truth that only those who grow their own food can eat more than they can eat. Then why do you pursue married men one after another.
From a psychological point of view, women love a man more than men want to change each other (while men want her to keep the way she was when she first met). If you accidentally fall in love with a married man, let alone the pressure from the outside world, even if you don't want to enter the house, you will be in serious emotional crisis. Women are afraid of the passage of time, while men depend on the polishing of time. How can you compete with the invincible peach blossoms around him after ten years of youth? When your face is no longer, it is not surprising that you are replaced by the second MM.
I know that not a good man will not be liked by you, but most of the so-called "good men", almost everyone has a virtuous wife who cultivates a good man. You and his unrequited love can only take a moment to satisfy your little vanity temporarily, and you have to clean up the final mess by yourself. So MM who are involved in love should pay attention to breaking the illusion of getting something for nothing, wanting romance without cost, and quickly return to reality. Love can be met but not sought. Lily never envies peony. Learn to accept yourself and love yourself before you love others confidently. Love what I have, not what I love. The lighter in your hand should be more valuable than the stars in the sky!