So a girl starts seeing this guy (they are both teens and new to dating) and they are still just getting to know each other better each time they go out (on weekly dates) but it isn't obviously serious yet. Then about 2-3 dates in, another guy friend calls the girl to talk about his ex (who is a friend of hers) and asks to meet up so they can talk more about the issue in person (note: he is 22 and she is 16). Is it cheating if she agrees to meet with him 'as friends' and he takes her to a movie and comes on to her at the end of the night?
If she is not yet serious with the first guy at that point (they've only just kissed goodnight), at what point would it become cheating?
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No! Not at all! He's just your friend and you're helping him out with relationship issues! Besides, it's not like the guy that you're dating is anything official or he's your boyfriend or anything yet. He should recognize that you're naturally going to have male friends seeing as roughly half the human population is male and understand and be mature about it. Also, it's not like you've made any official commitments with him yet or anything, so it's really not his place to say anything about it in the first place. He can feel any emotion that he wants about it, it'll most likely be jealousy or annoyance, but he should be mature enough to understand that you're just belong a good friend out. You shouldn't need to say no to a friend of they're having problems just because this new guy in your life is around. If the guy that you're dating really isn't okay with it though, he's probably not ready for a serious relationship and hasn't realized that it's pretty immature for him to make a big deal about you hanging out with your friend. I hope that this ain't the case, but it could be true! If it is true, just explain to him that you're only helping a good friend with his own relationship problems, so he shouldn't have to worry about him flirting with you or anything because he already has someone. And if he's still responding really negatively, this guy probably isn't the one for you or he isn't emotionally ready for an actual relationship.0