Should an internet relationship, even if it is strictly online, be considered cheating?
Yes. Cheating should be defined as any relationship that involves giving part of yourself to another. This includes physical, emotional, and other types of cheating and not just sex. Online relationships are still relationships!
If you are in a committed relationship and have any kind of other 'secret' relationships it can easily be called cheating, whether it's online or in real life. You know when you are crossing the line because you realise if your partner saw you (or the conversations you are having online) they would feel upset by it. You can have online friends and be in a relationship, but if that was the case you wouldn't feel the need to ask this question if they were really just friends - the kind you could chat online with your partner in the same room.
Whatever label you want to stick on that, ask yourself this: if the person you are with were carrying on with someone from the internet on the internet how would you feel?
How difficult is it to not be crappy to each other, especially when supposedly they are the people we love?
I think it is not cheating.Internet is a platform which can help you to establish a relationship
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