Dating stop being backup friend
Half of all women have a fallback partner picked out should their current relationship fall to the wayside. And 12% admitted their feelings were stronger for the other guy.
Likely candidates are old friends who may have been stifling romantic feelings for your woman, ex-boyfriends, ex-husbands, colleagues, and even someone she’s met at the gym.
[Read: 22 early warning signs of a bad boyfriend] 14 signs you’re in a backup relationship But while you won’t listen to your friends, you may have wondered at one point or another if you really are a backup girl.
If you want to know for yourself, then read up on these signs to know if you’re his backup lover and see just how far down you are on his dating and commitment leaderboard. So you hang out a lot and he calls you all the time.
Men are usually the ones to get a bad rap when it comes to infidelity. The survey found that the other man is probably someone your significant other has known for years who is "ready and waiting" due to "unfinished business." But wait, there's more!
But a new survey of 1,000 British women reveals some startling stats. The study found that one in four women with a back-up plan have feelings just as strong for Plan B as they do toward their other half.
Their dating histories are a tangled mess of lies, betrayals, and men who weren’t worth giving the time of day. I try to warn them but at the end of the day, they have to make their own mistakes — and they always get burned. They’re too busy trying to hold all the cards, be in charge, and always have a backup plan.