Strap on the steel-toed boots and start kicking this douchebag to the curb hard and fast. The fact that he married someone SOLELY for the money he'd get AND saw no problem with that fact and was willing to disclose this to you, reveal more about this man's lack of scruples than the fact that he kept you the dark about his pending divorce for two months.
First, I would never be in that situation because the moment he told me that he married for money, I'd be gone.<br />
So...if later on you found out that he had misrepresented his singleness, then I guess it shouldn't come as a surprise. He lied to her. You knew it and continued with him. Now you've discovered that he has deceived you as well. Get mad about it if you want, but I honestly think it shouldn't come as a surprise. Mostly, if I were you, I'd be mad at myself for not having better priorities in men.
Yes, I'd be upset... but two months of dating isn't really that long. I'd just ask him why he didn't tell me, and decide if it was worth continuing to be upset after I'd heard him out.
If a man told me he married someone for her money, I'd know he wasn't a very honourable person; chances are he didn't tell HER, "I'm just in this for the money". So why would you be surprised that he wasn't dealing honestly with you ? Please.
you have the right to be mad however don't keep grudges... it will do you no good... stay away from that man...if he can do that to that lady, he can also do that to you too...he's not been honest with you
You did not care he married for money.
hmmm what else isn't he telling you that should be your question ??
Yes, You should have been told first thing and thats all there is to that. If he holds something like that back from you then what other important matters might he be hiding ?
Ummmm, yes. How far 'in the middle' of a divorce is he, I wonder? Not that it matters. He has not been honest from the get go. He's trying to have his cake and eat it, too. I'm sorry that he's already wrapped you around his life. It is hurtful of him!
I'd listen to his explanation. Not everything is black and white.
yes! that is terrible
no cause at least he was man enough to tell you, but you do have a right to be mad because he should have told you as soon as you and him got together. look at my boyfriend i have been with for about 3 years and he still hasnt done **** about. Now that is to get mad about.
two months is hardly and investment in a relationship
I'd be angry but I'd hear him out too.
No. What does it matter in the grand scheme of things?
Be mad if you want to, but I don't see why you should. It isn't necessary to tell someone you are dating everything about your life. Eventually, if you think it might go further, you might start telling them some of the more personal things, but in the beginning, it is not necessary.