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Valentine's Day

I'm really just wondering what Valentine's Day turns out to be like for the girlfriend / mistress of a MM? Do you actually see your MM on Valentine's Day? Does anyone get and decent gifts from their MM? What does a girlfriend / mistress get for their MM? Presently, I'm not planning on getting him anything. LOL. Just wondered ... would love to hear since the day is approaching. Thanks in advance for sharing!
wandawatson069 wandawatson069 36-40 8 Responses Jan 19, 2011

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Yes, true. I have been there and heard all that before, he has a young son. In the end they realised that it would be better for the little one if they lived apart and had a good relationship, it would be better than living together and being miserable.<br />
Its early days, my MM needs to get used to living on his own again and adjusting to only seeing his son half of the week. <br />
Yours could mean it, or it could be crap... I cannot tell you which it is to be honest.<br />
Be true to yourself, I always knew that if I ended up single again I had a great bunch of friends around me to keep me right!

How long had you been together when he told you he had decided to leave? My MM says he struggled with whether to end his marriage or not, but decided now is not the right time. I honestly had no idea he had been seriously thinking about it, considering apparently so few couples in an affair end up together. My MM says he doesn't know what will happen down the road, but for now he can't leave his daughter. Could be a load of garbage for all I know.

We have known each other for 2 and a half years. When he told me that he had decided to leave, he said that I was the catalyst, but not the reason. In the end, it was actually his wife that instigated the conversation, they had both been unhappy for a while, but just never got around to admitting it. So far, they have actually had a really amicable split too. <br />
I never intended to be 'the other woman', I suppose you can't help who you fall for.

Festivalgirl: very true. It's just another day really. How long were you with your MM before he split from his wife? Did he decide to make the split on his own?

My 'married man' split up with his wife just before christmas, and they both moved into their new homes last month. Only thing is, his mums birthday is 14th february, so I'll never get to spend Valentines Day with him. What you've never had, you'll never miss huh?<br />
Besides you dont need a day to tell your man (married or single) that you love him.

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Thanks for your insight. Sadly, I'm seeing that you're right. Time to move on for sure.