I've been best friend with this guy for 3 years and he has had a crush on me the entire time. During the summer when I was single, I liked him back but we never acted on it. Now I'be been in a relationship with somebody else whom I love for 3 months.
Today, my best friend came over to my house and things got a little strange. We were testing each others boundaries by touching outside the clothes to see who felt nervous first.
I love him but I also love my boyfriend and I don't know what to do. I don't want to lose my boyfriend but I also feel guilty about what I did. Is this considered cheating? We never kissed or held hands or anything, just some over the clothes touching.
- Yes, it's cheating83% (19)82% (14)82% (33)Vote
- No, you don't need to say anything17% (4)18% (3)18% (7)Vote
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It's not technically cheating, but if you're toying with the idea of cheating (which is what you're doing), then by intention the act has already be done.
Ask yourself what would someone faithful have done instead? She wouldn't have done any of this at all, and maintained her own personal boundary space.6