If a girl in a relationship (engaged), has a hugh crush on guy, thinks about him a lot, texts him a lot, flirts with him, blushes around him, exposes her self near him (bends over, reveales more skin... ) goes where ever he goes, stares at him, every time he pays attention to some other girl, she gets all agressive and mean.
Is it called mentally cheating? is there such a thing?
If you knew your partner was doing this, would you breakup or ask them to stop talking to this guy/girl?
Well, it's no longer considered mentally, or even emotionally cheating if she's ACTIVELY doing things to get the attention of the guy she's crushing on.
If I knew if my partner was doing this, I'd assess how often and how severely he's displaying signs/behaviors of doing this. In my case, this has happened to me...
I was in a relationship and I started sensing that he was ALWAYS talking about one of my close friends at the time. Then, I started noticing that he'd seek her advice a lot, instead of asking me. I told that friend that I think he is acting strangely and, specifically, that he talks about her a lot. I knew my friend for a long time and knew that she absolutely hated him, that's why I felt comfortable telling her that he kept talking about her, and I was even honest with her and told her that I think he might be developing feelings for her. I wasn't worried how she would respond to him because I already knew that she absolutely hated & couldn't stand him. Long story short, I broke it off with him, telling him that I already knew his heart was with someone else. I don't want to be with someone who doesn't want to be with me. It's a waste of everyone's time and emotions. He did admit to having feelings for my friend. So, that's where we ended. It seems he never moved on from liking her (he's remained single for 4 years now), even though my friend is happily married to someone else and has a child.
Why do you need to put a label on it? If she's engaged and is doing those things it's wrong, and she should know it's wrong. If she's like that now, the future of that marriage looks pretty bleak. She should break off the engagement because she's not ready for marriage. She needs to get her act together before committing to marriage.
While you can argue that you aren't being "sexually unfaithful" (the dictionary definition of cheating), you are allowing yourself to share sexual feeling and desires with another man, so I think it is cheating. I'm not saying that looking at some guy and appreciating his looks is cheating, but based on your question, I ask, if your fiancé was doing that to a woman, would you call it "cheating"? I suspect you would.
The fact is you are unwilling to commit to your fiancé, like you promised when you got engaged. So if your not committed to your fiancé, what's would stop you from having sex with this guy you have a "Hugh crush on", if the opportunity presents itself. Your basically sitting on the line in the sand hoping to be able to step over.
This is emotional cheating. This is where the girl has not preserved her affection for her chosen lover and is allowing the presence of another man to arouse her emotionally and sexually. It depends on whether you are mono or polyamourous (Some people simply accept that they will have more than one lover at once, even if engaged or married) - but at the end of the day this term and condition of a relationship is very serious and should be respected. If you are not in an "open" relationship, then the girl is certainly "emotionally cheating" on her partner - however that almost always (in my experience) highlights that there are severe problems in the existing relationship, causing the woman to seek and consider another partner. As abstract as it seems, if a girl really really loves a guy and is in a mono relationship - she won't flirt with the idea of other guys.
Yep, thats called emotional cheating. And yes, I'd leave you in a heart beat. The only time a crush on someone else is harmless is when you think about them briefly, or they catch your eye, MAYBE you masturbate tot hem, but they are out of your mind 99% of the time and not recurrent. also no contact in this flirty context.
I highely suggest you break it off before you get married... this poor guy...
These behavioral actions are wrong and should be avoided. Having a crush though, is unavoidable and will happen, but you should avoid all this other behavior, especially the flirting, revealing, staring, jealousy, etc.
I've always heard it as "emotional cheating" and it is VERY real and can be harder to break than physical cheating. I have been both the instigator of and recipient of emotional cheating and from experience... it sucks and is painful! do not recommend it at all!!
Please tell the guy to many guys have had a girl fuck them over , if he's a good guy and over all nice person tell him. I know i dont want to marry someone like that and if someone told me i would be very thankful that i dont have to waste my time
That is more than mentally cheating. Either way, it is all wrong because it is not fair to the other partner. Best to just break up and she can do whatever she desires without hurting someone else wouldn't you say.
Generally, we don't hang out with the people we don't like
It sounds like an Innocent 'Crush' here, dear, and as Long as you keep your thoughts and hands to yourself, it Isn't... Cheating with this meeting. Yes, of course, if my SO was doing this with someone, had these thoughts, I would Blurt Out: CHEATER. But I would be silly because he would not actually be 'Cheating on me,' but Cheating our relationship instead by thinking about going to bed. However, as wise as I am, if you are Not sure about walking down the aisle, then do Not toss your life away today. Good luck. xx
Mental cheating is definitely a thing. There are many ways you can cheat on someone that don't require them actually interacting physically, like having sex, making out, etc..
If you're very flirty on purpose with certain people of the opposite sex, always bring up how hot you find other guys with harmful intentions, etc., that's still cheating. Mentally cheating bordering on emotional abuse. You don't need to do anything physically to betray the trust of you s/o.
Sure there is! But more like wanting attention from someone who you can't have is a thrill or something I'm not sure. I mean it's not right, as your fiancé should be on your mind and you shouldn't really be thinking sexually about anyone else, however you're human, as long as you're honest with yourself and don't act on it, its whatever.
Yes, I think that could be what it is. It's when someone in a relationship forgets their own SO in favour of someone else. Why the hell is she engaged if she has a huge crush on someone else? It's the first step to being really unfaithful by sleeping with this other guy!