I was chatting with a guy who says he is going through the congregation, one single mom at a time. He says in their quest for a "god fearing" man, church ladies will overlook certain obvious character flaws. The wolf in sheep's clothing is an almost literal analogy. I asked if he believes in god "well sorta". amen.

PS. I can understand how a single mother would look to a church community in hopes the children would have some guidance. Things are seldom as they seem in the world of religion.

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Sounds like the prequel to Wedding Crashers, or whatever that movie was called.

I was the wing man for a guy who came up with a story that he was a kindergarten teacher. He easily slept with more than 100 women a year. My job was to corroborate his story. He even had a scrawled drawing from his niece on his refrigerator that he said was from one of his students.

I count those experiences as part of my education of how people delude themselves when it it coincides with their own personal drives.

Very well put. 

I know there are men who join AA even though they aren't alcoholic. They know that women, especially newbies to AA, are very vulnerable to being cajoled into a sexual relationship. Alcoholic men who have achieved sobriety trying to bed newbies even has a name: The Thirteenth Step.

Of course, joining a sex addiction group might seem a more direct approach, but one might find more suspicion among the women, even the newbies, in such a group.

Apparently, it happens often enough. Just google on "aa thirteenth step"

Ew. Just ew. When I went to al-anon, all the guys were fugly and old. I mean, Old. 

I'm glad I didn't let any of them near me...men or women.

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