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What is infidelity?
How can we define infidelity. We are engaged and talking to someone else and flirting or it is only when we have physical relation? Some people donot like their spouse talking to anyone, and if she/he talks, then is it infidelity?
Infidelity like beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Early on I believe it's important for two people to discuss what they consider cheating. If you are not on the same page then there is likely to be problems.
"Secret friendships", flirting, sex via webcam, using sexual innuendo, online relationships...etc might be considered cheating by someone who is in love. As Dr. Phil once said, "If you wouldn't do it or say it with your mate sitting next to you then it's probably cheating." Certain things should be saved for your mate only.
Then there are other couples who have "open relationships" and they are ok with their significant other or spouse having sex outside of their primary relationship. As I stated from the outset you really have to know your mate and set the "ground rules" or expectations. It's a mistake to "assume" everyone feels the same way as you do.
When you fall in love with your Neighbour's wife by breaking the Commandment: Love your Neighbour!!
I already answered this one in detail in my hub here:
http://wychic.hubpages.com/hub/The-Defi … lationship
And I agree, it's VERY important to have this conversation early on in a relationship. You need to make sure that you and your significant other agree, or that the lines are clearly drawn out. I imagine nothing would be worse than to accidentally cross your other half's line when you didn't see anything wrong and s/he is devastated.
by dashingscorpio3 years ago
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by Phil Perez3 years ago
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by Dawn Michael3 years ago
Is chatting to the opposite on the computer cheating or just being friendly/ where does the line get crossed?
by dashingscorpio2 years ago
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by catalystsnstars6 years ago
For men, do you think all women are the same? For women, do you think all men are the same?Recently and in the past, I've experienced and seen too many infidelities on the man's part, from close family members and...
by SpiffyD6 years ago
Can flirting be the equivalent of cheating in some cases?Some persons think so, while others believe it's just harmless fun. Perhaps it can be both, depending on the context. What's your take?
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