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Like Russian said-it's selfish. Love is about looking for the best interests for the other person, and to be able to put that persons interests and needs (for the most part) above your own. Breaking up a marriage is in no ones best interest! What people often seem to forget to consider, is sometimes love means letting go. It's one of the hardest aspects of love, but when it comes to caring for another person and what's best for them, that can sometimes mean and be letting go. Breaking off someone else's marriage for your own desires, is not an aspect of love, it's an aspect of self-interest and wants. (Lust comes to mind, too.) Therefore I don't think it's justified, because it is actually not possible to love someone so much that you're willing to break off their marriage. And, as cliche as it sounds, if they're willing to cheat WITH you, they'll have no problem cheating ON you.
After the phrase "...speak now, or forever hold your peace" is said, you're out of luck. But seriously though, breaking up someone's marriage is horribly selfish. If you want to retain ANY amount of dignity, don't even try.
If your a creep or think its all about you. I'm not churchy but believe some things are sacred like two peoples commitment to each other wether on paper or not. If their not happy bide your time till they leave the relationship. That would be manners & etiquette but that is often lacking in this day & age. Just remember Karma never gets amnesia.
No , don't do something like that . If you two are meant for each other, something will happen to bring you together , without you interfering in a marriage . Always remember what comes around goes around . I'm sure you wouldn't want another man trying to break up your relationship. Plus you don't want that bad karma !!!! Yuck ! Maybe one day she may be free , and if you are not in a committed relationship then all is good , for both . oh , if there is reason for a relationship to break up , it will happen naturally!
Simply because you are head over heels in love is no justification to break up a marriage..firstly because you have no right to feel this way towards a woman who is married and has committed herself.It is devastating to see a family fall apart apart because of an affair..especially if there are any children involved.It's never easy for them to deal with all the emotions of a break up.Shouldn't some thought be given to the children..or is just about them,them,them.? Whatever problems a couple might have in order for them to have a fighting chance..there should be no outside interference.They will break up because it was detrimental to both to be in this marriage,..not because one of them is head over heels in love.Now that is selfish and callous.
No, just plain wrong. You know someone is married then you look elsewhere, even if they make the first move its still wrong on both parts. If the other party is married and chooses to have an affair or walk away from a marriage just to experience some fresh meat that has to make you wonder how long before they get the urge again.