is it cheating if you were separated with intentions of divorcing only to realize that you...
really wanted to stay married? That is what happened to me
If you were separated then no, I would not consider it cheating. I have been in this predicament before, the less your better half knows, the easier it will be to move on! The only exception would be if a child was created during the separation, they would have the right to know this before moving on!
I agree with manic monday, it's not cheating if you were seperated at the time.
How long were you separated when you were with someone else? If it was just after separating, before the two of you had made your intentions totally clear, then I could see how it might be perceived as cheating. If on the other hand, you were separated with both of you planning on divorce as your next step, I wouldn't see how that would be cheating. At that point you would have both most likely been considering yourselves as "single", just without the piece of paper. If this was the case, I don't see it as cheating.
by jko1120 10 years ago
This is maybe a little different than your ususal cheating spouse situation. My wife had an relationship with a man about a year ago. At the time we were separated due to job transition. We were really separated, she was in Texas and I was in Minnesota. She has since moved...
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 YvetteParker 6 years ago
How long should you wait after divorcing before dating again?
by Lisa Dempsey 3 years ago
A year ago, my husband and I separated. I took the kids with his permission, he gave me the money for us to go. We moved 1800 miles away. Then 2 days after he went out and found himself a new girl friend. We have been married for 9 years at the time and I left because...
by SweetiePie 9 years ago
I have heard some people are divorcing because of the economy, but has this happened to you? Generally speaking: are people getting divorced because of the economy?
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