What would/should you do if you found your spouse flirting with others on the internet?
What would you, or should you, do if you discovered your spouse was flirting with others on the internet? Curious...
Give her more attention to fill the void she felt she could eliminate in doing that, and at the right moment gently warn her of the dangers. That someone could seek to compensate for neglect in that only too easy way is understandable, and if that neglect is the cause fully forgiveable. Still, cyberromance is infamous for its damaging consequences, so guiding a spouse caringly away from it is only the smart thing to do if you want to avoid more serious problems in your marriage.
It would depend on the type of flirting and what I thought was behind it. I personally believe as long as my husband is coming home to get his needs met a little flirt here and there isn't a big deal. If it is serious flirting that is trying to lead to something else that is different. It also usually means that person is not getting their needs met at home. If it happened I would take a look at our relationship and try to figure out what would be leading to that behavior. People don't cheat for no reason. So if the intent is to cheat it would be time for some serious communication.
I don't believe that any flirting is exceptable, because any flirting is and will lead to something. If needs are met at home, yet flirtation is still occurring, then why would there be a need? I think communication is always needed no matter what!
I agree about the communication, but what is flirting to some is just being nice to others. My husband's spending the rest of his life with me I'm ok if he flirts now and again because I know he is good at home. Flirting doesn't always lead to affair
Would join her/him. Join a webcam adult chat and do that as a part-time/kinky hobby to spice things up in te intimate life.
Each of us gets to have our own "deal breaker" list.
Most relationships begin with some flirting or (testing the waters) to see how receptive the other party is. If things continue back and forth eventually there is some sexual innuendo tossed in. All of these things can eventually lead to having physical contact or cheating.
Some people see flirting as nothing more than innocent fun and others see it as a betrayal or disrespect for their relationship. One person I knew told me they (needed to know) they could still attract other people. In their eyes, knowing they had options gave them a sense of security within themselves.
Never the less for me personally if I caught my mate flirting with another man it would be over. I believe I can do better than that because I have done better than that.
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