My Prince Charming is wonderful …. but he’s engaged to someone else!

*In Love With Him, from the Marina District met a wonderful man two months ago, one week after her divorce was final. She said he’s her prince charming–her friends like him, he is very communicative, he treats her beautifully, they are a match in every which way, her two kids adore him, he’s very nice to them … basically he is a good guy. The only caveat is that she recently found out through another friend who happened to know two of his friends that he is engaged to be married to a woman in Sonoma that he’s been with for two and half years. ILWH confronted him and he came clean, saying that yes, it was true. Now, she is conflicted and can’t make a decision because she’s in love with him and is very jealous of his fiancée. She is simply asking for some direction.
Answer: All I am going to say is that a “prince charming” and “a good guy” doesn’t let a woman think that she’s engaged to be married to him, while he is going out with another woman on the side, many towns away. The truth is, you really don’t know this guy. It’s your hormones talking and the fact that you have already introduced your children to him is not good either because if they like him, when he leaves, they will suffer another loss.
For your own sake, let this guy go and I am going to beg you to find out who his fiancée is and tell her what he’s been doing. Don’t let her waste anymore of her time like he’s been wasting yours. It’s more likely that what he has done with you he has done with other women as well. I understand how you may feel reluctant in letting him go. After all, you’re recently divorced and don’t want to be alone, I get it. But I want you to think about this: how can you ever trust a man who can stare at his woman’s eyes and make her believe she is his only love? This is not a man to be trusted and know that if you stay with him, you are the next in line that he’ll be cheating on. A man who can cheat once when he’s not even married yet is like a dog who learned he can bite: he’ll cheat again. You will find your guy some day, but he’s not it.
*she choose her own pseudonym to protect her privacy


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