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If you're in a relationship, is being infatuated with others any better than fantasizing about them?


I got this response to a question on whether fantasizing was appropriate. I thought it was interesting opinion because infatuation seems a lot worse to me. Do you agree?

 

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    SpiffyD 4 years ago

    I don't see how fantasizing about someone necessarily indicates infatuation. It is more likely that you'd fantasize about someone with whom you're infatuated though. A lot also depends on whether the object of fantasy is real/imagined as well.

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