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Is she married to you? If not, the answer is, "You don't."

If she is, the answer is still, "You don't."

People don't need to be "conquered," married or not.

If she's married to someone other than you, she's off limits. Period. If she's married to you, then you need to do whatever it takes to make your relationship grow stronger so she will love you for who and what you are. That has nothing to do with "conquering" and a great deal to do with love, trust, honesty and communication.

If you haven't learned that by now, it's no wonder you're looking to "conquer" a married woman.

P.S. Happy and satisfied women will want nothing to do with you, no matter what their marital status.

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His topic is first date, so my guess is that he is not married to her. I agree with JKGrandma. You should not even be going after her.

May I suggest the Abrams M1A2. Not only is it useful against women, it is useful against men and fortified positions, as well.

I think that you will have loads of fun with one of these until you grow up.

Jay

Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice.....* Victims of circumstance owe it to fate. Victims of choice owe it to themselves.*One of the widest gaps in human experience is the gap between what we say we want to be and our willingness to discipline ourselves to get there.

Leave her alone dear if you have any intregrity which so ever leave her alone. I know its hard sometimes shes probably a terrific woman huh but if you really cared about her you would just drop it. She is unavailable soo it will only hurt you aswell as others in the long run if you dont stop! Let her live her life with her husband and wish them luck. Kay obviously I dont know yours and hers situation but thats adultery which is a no-no things always have a strange way of working out for good people soooo who knows what the future beholds. Well take care and God Bless! :)

"Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.”-Dr.Seuss

If you think women are something which needs to be conquered, it's already too late to help you.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

Thanks Jay for getting this guy back on track .

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Conquering women (or people in general) is generally unjust, but if you want to rather than conquer her pursue a relationship with her you can do so with a clear conscience whether or not she is married, as long as you really love her.  You will have to find your own inner strength and wisdom to do so.  That is what it always boils down to.

 

For those of you who think that pursuing an affair of true love with a married person is unjust I must ask you why you would have such a notion.  Love is love, and it is something that many people strive for.

Do you think that loving more than one person at once is morally wrong?

What if you can't resist your love for that person, and they are willing to pursue a relationship with you, and to the best of your knowledge, they love you?

Would you argue that it is morally wrong to love two or more people simultaneously?

If so than how do you account for your love for your parents.  If you love both your parents then how can you claim that loving more than one person simultaneously is morally wrong?

Would you then argue that your love for your parents is a different kind of love than romantic love that you feel for your soulmate?

If so then I would argue that the type of love is not different in the least merely your perception of it.  Your thought patterns define your reactions.

How then could you defend the theory that having a love affair - of pure love - is unjust?

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