If you catch your spouse online cheating, is it enough to file divorce?
I don't know if you would call that cheating or not, but they are flirting and who knows what else. If they do it on line what would they do in person. That is a subject that the individual person has to decide because I may be wrong. I feel that the mate has no time to cheat with someone else it they're doing there job, there will be no time to do nothing else.
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