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


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? 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 β€˜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.



Heather Jensen
Aww Roarr, I'm so sorry. That sounds like a sticky situation to be in.
And of course an ex that happens to be his baby mama is always gonna keep things stirred up and I'm the one that gets blamed for the trouble making....not to mention we also have a child together...
Heather Jensen
Hey Lyric -- I wouldn't. He's engaged to be married. I wouldn't make a move on him, I'd find someone that is single.
Lyric Eclair
This guy is engaged and i have a little crush on him. I haven't done a thing about it but others have told me how he stares at me when I'm not looking and he always tells jokes and then looks at me wh...
@victoriatoliver, bad form
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...
yes nd i suceeded but first of ALL he WANTED me !!!!
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 ...
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