Our expert says:
Whatever you think your initial motivations may have been, and maybe you climbed into this without adequately thinking it through, ANY relationship with a married person inevitably leads to hurt for their partner, and usually doesn't work out well for you either - you know he's happy to cheat on her, what makes you imagine he won't be just as comfortable cheating on you ?
As he sounds proudly primiscuous, you also ran a significant risk of caching HIV or other STD from him.
YOu seem to lack self-respect and self-esteem, and almost to have assumed that you deserved to be treated as badly as he treated you. Don't you need to see a counsellor to work on such issues ?
Refuse any further contact with him ( you know he only calls to use you further, maybe when some other girlfriend isn't available ) and change your number and contact details so he cannpt copntact you, whiole erasing all contact numbers and details you have for him.
You KNOW he isn't worthy of your love ( nor anyone else's ). Stop blaming yourself and punishing yourself, and celebrate the fact that you're becoming free from him.
See a psychologist / counsellor to straighten yourself out, to learn to like and respect yourself, and to protect yourself from further exploitation from this bum or any others.
This is and was NOT an "addiction", but possibly a degree of dependency arising from your lack of self-love and your craving for what he very occasionally gave you a little of.
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