If You’re Talking To A Married Man. Then Yes, You’re A Home Wrecker

My heart bleeds for women like Tess Daly, Cheryl Cole and all the other women in the world who have had their heart broken, all because their man couldn’t keep his snake in its cage. 

News broke last week that Vernon Kay had been speaking to the woman who he ‘sext’ back in 2010. The woman which nearly cost him his marriage to the wonderful, Tess Daly. 
Coming out to the public with her ‘honest’ revelations, the other-woman firmly proclaims that she is ‘innocent’ and stands by her statement that she isn’t a homewrecker.
Well I’m sorry luv, but if you’re flirting or even messaging a married man in secret, then yes, you are a homewrecker.
There’s nothing innocent about leading a love rat down the path of adultery and it certainly isn’t a ‘good deed’ to hang your dirty laundry and protest that it’s clean.
He is in the wrong and you are just as guilty as he is.
Regardless of whether you’re single or not, you knew this man was taken, yet you continued to pursue a ‘relationship’ with him. You continued to communicate with the love rat even when you knew it was wrong.
Not only have you broken a wife and her children’s hearts, you’ve also gone against the moral code of ‘Girl Power’, which is disappointing, to say the least.
I will never understand why the other-woman desires to become someone’s ‘dirty secret’ nor will I understand why a man would choose to leave his steak at home and go for a burger. However if you ever find yourself in a situation where you are talking to another person’s partner – step away and leave them alone.

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