Not only sexual, emotional attachment to someone over the Internet on very intimate topics is something to take in account. That sort of intimacy can lead to sexual attraction too.
Not if you guard against it.
Agreed. I've had a few conversations with female friends who I could easily feel further things if I were single. I just don't let it happen: to me my commitment to the person I'm with is much more important.Most people are not like that though, once they see the opportunity they will play around and let things flow without realizing that the consecuences can be devastating.
I think you can have a chat with someone you feel attracted to, or have feelings to, whenever you know when to draw the line, and know that flirting should be out of the question. We all have some people we somehow feel attracted to in our Internet list of friends, thats normal, that should not mean you will engage into flirting or trying to get their attention, both sexually or emotionally.
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Indeed, if you consider you are breaking certain lines in intimacy with your interlocutor over the Internet, and try to hide these conversations to your significant other, you certainly are on the path of cheating, or even cheating.The gray areas here are clear once you realize that lying on these sensitive topics is actually a form of cheating.
well, although technically you are right, the truth and number one rule is "never do something you would not one your loved one to do to you", so if your girl did talk about this very personal and sexual topic with another male - no matter the intentions- trust me it would make you feel like shit. Not cheating, but not something you should do either.
"Never do something you would not want your loved one to do", I had some sort of fight with the keyboard apparently.