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.
by kimberleyj 6 years ago
Any suggestion on how to save a marriage that that involves online cheating
by JillEM 8 years ago
I very recently came across a profile in an online dating side in which the man said his wife was disabled and he was looking for friendship with ladies in a similar situation. My first reaction was that I wanted to ask him 'how about being a better friend to your disabled wife?' ...
by Simon Cook 4 years ago
Is it wrong to flirt online (while married to someone else) with someone even if you have no intentiA lot of men go online to chat and flirt with women while their wife is in bed - most don't have any intention of meeting or going further. Is this wrong?
by miss butterfly 13 months ago
Unfortunately all marriages don't last a lifetime. But when going through a divorce, is it bad to begin dating BEFORE the divorce is final? Some strongly believe dating someone new should not begin until the final paperwork has been signed. Others believe that the paperwork is merely a formality....
by COCOBEWARE 6 years ago
Would you leave your spouse if he/she only cheated once? Where do you draw the line?
by dashingscorpio 10 months ago
Is sexual incompatibility a valid reason for ending a marriage?Assuming everything else in the marriage is going fine and the kids are happy.I’m incline to believe most people would opt to cheat rather than go through the divorce process if there has been no change after communicating their needs...
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