If you're married and someone you've been flirting with sends you a dick pic, does that equate to cheating? He comments on how he likes your boobs etc through snapchat. He's asked you to hook up, but you've told him if you get a divorce and only after it is finalized, you would consider it.
I want to give my friend advice, but honestly I think they should see a marriage counselor. It seems like since her husband is emotionally distant, she's stopped trying. Obviously, she won't listen and keeps slipping down a short rope. She's already at the point of cheating, but is it the point of no return?
Most Helpful Guy
A skilled divorce lawyer can probably argue no and win and obviously it's not the same thing as sucking said dick but if I found that on the phone of said wife along with incriminating texts/emails while we are supposed to be in a closed marriage I'm probably going to be pissed and full of wtf? Maybe enough to go to some dating site and find someone to trade naked pics with and see how much she liked/disliked it. If it's an open marriage then there's nothing to be pissed about and I'd just assume it was a meaningless side order to kill the monotony.0
Most Helpful Girl
Yes, any kind of sexual exchange... cyber sex, nudes, any sexual activity in person, I consider cheating.
Sounds like she and her husband need to communicate better. He needs to make the effort as well as her, but she needs to delicately bring it up. If it sounds like she's attacking him, what he's not doing and such, he won't be as responsive. Instead maybe she should try to focus on the positives she likes about her husband, and ask him for that.1