Most Helpful Girl
Personally I really have no respect for cheaters in relationships. If you have needs that aren't being met, talk to your partner. If you can find a compromise or solution to meet that need the relationship isn't working and should be terminated.
A person's partner is often willing to make many changes or allowances if heathy communication exists.
I define cheating as any connection that I wouldn't want to, or would feel uncomfortable telling my partner about. It could also be anything I think my partner wouldn't want to see me doing. I wouldn't want to tell him I sent nudes to someone, snuggled someone else or used another man for emotional validation so they constitute cheating in my relationship.
Of course these guidelines apply to healthy relationships and not abusive or control ones.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Guy
No, that's morally wrong and a breach of trust.
The emotional and physical commitment to your SO whether you are married or not is what makes it special and a relationship.
However, perhaps you are describing an earlier, less defined stage where you are not expected to be faithful?0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE