At 8/8/12 07:45 PM, Painbringer wrote:
Whereas cheating and being caught usually doesn't always end in divorce.
Actually, if someone was to tell their wife/husband it's not working out, more than likely it'd lead to them talking it out, fixing things, going to marital counseling, or maybe even reaching a mutual agreement of divorce.
Where as cheating, it more than usual ends in divorce or can also lead to marital counseling or trying to work it out. The difference? Cheating brings about emotional pain, trust issues, paranoia, resentment, and isn't over come very easily.
At 8/8/12 07:51 PM, Razz wrote:
You're married. So "cheat with both of us" basically means you would be cheating on your husband and he would be cheating on his wife.
The difference between him and I was he knew about my marriage and I wasn't flirting with him or saying I wanted to bang him. I actually saw him as a Twitter friend that was trying to hard. I already said I laughed him off or would ignore him. My husband also knew about this guy, he never saw any of this cheating, he'd just laugh at the guy.
I really hate being a member on this site some days. Emotional cheating, what in the fuck?
I'm honestly surprised that you're acting like this isn't a real thing. Have you ever been in a relationship?
If your significant other told you she fell in love with another man but never had sex with him, but had been talking to him and flirting with him behind your back. Would you call that cheating? Would you break up with her?
She didn't have sex with the guy, but she emotionally invested herself in someone else.
Whereas if she told you she just hooked up with some guy from a bar one night, that'd be physical.
In both cases, you'd feel hurt and resentment, don't you think?