Would you consider it cheating on your spouse if you have naughty thoughts about another person?
No. I have to wonder how many people only ever think of their spouse when, uhh, going solo? I certainly don't and wouldn't expect my husband to either.
Everyone has different ideas of what counts as cheating, though. I think the important thing is communicating with your spouse and figuring out what those ideas are.
Yes, although the majority of people would not think so, it actually is cheating. You are not fully giving yourself to your partner when you are thinking of someone else
If that were the case, then I've "cheated" on my wife with Jennifer Aniston, Pamela Anderson, Rose McGowan, Alyssa Milano, several Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, and countless others.
...and I bet she's "cheated" on me with Tim McGraw, Shemar Moore and Matthew McConaughey!
No, I wouldn't consider a fantasy or thought to be "cheating" anymore than I would consider thought of committing a crime as "being a crime" or making that individual a "criminal".
Everyone has private thoughts.
No, this is completely normal. It might feel like emotional cheating, but it's not as long as you dont act on it. We cant control all of our thoughts.
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