Tuesday, January 13, 2009
Cheating is a deal breaker for a lot of people in relationships.
But what constitutes cheating "for real" is different for many couples.
Is it worse to physically cheat or to be emotionally involved with someone else?
I recently came across an article where a man admitted that he'd TRIED to kiss another woman and found himself falling in love with her but that it was "okay," because it never went any further.
His wife was livid.
She didn't care that it "had ended there" (mostly because the other woman wasn't interested in MEN at all).
She was hurt by his almost just as much as she would have been by the deed being done.
Because for her, cheating wasn't about physical proximity.
It was about his desire for someone else.
What is "cheating" for you?