At some point, your heart and emotions will be toyed with throughout this situation.
Not only does a taken heart not deserve a piece of yours, but a taken heart is taken for a reason.
But, for all other cases, here are five reasons why you should never consider going after a guy who's in a relationship: Disclaimer: The message contains teenage angst.
When you start to question what was real and what wasn’t, you’ll stop believing in anything real at all. You’ll probably never know if it was sincere or not.
And, knowing how twisted the guy could be, it probably wasn’t sincere.
In college, you see people go through all kinds of relationships, and watching these people has taught me a lot.
It has inspired me to try to understand relationships on a deeper level.And, we all know it's a little (or a lot) more fun to play with the devil. Even when that devil in disguise comes toward you with love and open arms and gives you the time of day, run far, far away.But, when it comes to falling for a guy who you can’t have because someone else already has him, what do you do? In the rare case that you’re 100 percent positive that the taken heart will genuinely be yours in the end, say screw it.You’ll wonder what you could’ve done differently, and you'll replay every single moment in your mind. Unless you want to spend endless nights dosing up on melatonin and banging your head dramatically to The Pretty Reckless' "Make Me Wanna Die," I highly suggest you be the first one to get the hell away from the situation.I guess what I'm trying to say is that no matter how much you may think you know someone or want to be with someone, there's always a reason why it might not be right.Chances are, he’ll know how to manipulate his significant other into believing that it was never anything anyway.