This articles examines some of the reasons why singles should not date married individuals. Besides the obvious legal and moral implications there are other factors that should be addressed such as the time and value associated with pursuing a relationship of this nature. The benefits experienced by the married partner are mentioned along with the liabilities for the single. Marginal compensation in the form of gifts and trinkets does not equate to the time wasted for the single party waiting for a divorce to occur. The true beneficiary of these relationships are the spouses that endure and enjoy the luxuries of holidays, time, and financial support meagerly given to the single mistress or gentleman.
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