7 Ways to Deal with a Man-Snatcher ...

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In an ideal romantic world, people would respect boundaries and not show an interest in someone who is married or in a relationship.

However, many of us have seen a man-snatcher in action.

She’s the kind of woman who sees a married man as a challenge, or simply doesn’t care if he is spoken for.

Should you be worried if one of these women targets your boyfriend?2

Here are some tips on how to deal with them.

1. Stay Alert

If someone shows an interest in your boyfriend, keep an eye on the situation.

Is she a work colleague coming up with excuses to email or text him?

Does she pretend to need a good friend because ‘he’s a nice guy’ or ask him to help her fix things around her house?

Those can be a signs that she's attempting to manipulate him and make him feel needed.

Ignore

Comments:

Jennifer
@victoriatoliver, bad form
Anonymous
*relationship
Anonymous
What if I like the guy but don't want to ruin the relationahip & I only want to be his friend. Plus I accidentaly looked at him and he smiled at me but I smiled too late. Help how do I make him my friend just a friend did I ruin it by smiling too late. Also his girlfriend is in the only class I have him in.
victoriatoliver
yes nd i suceeded but first of ALL he WANTED me !!!!
Anonymous
Your friend seems like she needs a lot of male attention to feel sufficient, even if it means hurting you in the process. It doesn't seem like she is serious about the guy you like, instead, she just needs attention from him because she doesn't like the fact she thinks he likes you more instead of her. She seems very immature and overly friendly. If she's going to flirt with the guy she knows you like and likes you, there's a good possibility she would try to be more with him, as #2 says, just to prove she can do it. She's not a very good "friend" if she is all up in the kool-aid. Good luck! ;)
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