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EMOTIONAL AFFAIR SIGNS
“You're just being jealous,” Randy's husband dismissed her criticism of his friendship with a woman on his co-ed soccer league. She brought up her concerns that he is spending an awful lot of time with this other woman-- at the field practicing, after matches celebrating and texting or messaging with her several times every evening.
If your relationship is important to you, the thought of changing your status back to "single" is probably sad, stressful and upsetting. You're not so worried about what others would think; you just don't want to lose the one you love.
Emotional infidelity might be described as an act, or acts, of disloyalty to your love relationship, to your partner, by becoming personally involved with another at an emotional, kind of care-taking, level. It's where the fine line between platonic and intimate is so thin, that you almost can't see it anymore. And your lover definitely can't!
Can a heterosexual man and woman truly just be friends? If you are in a heterosexual relationship with someone who has a close friend of the opposite sex you might be grappling with this gnawing question. Of course you want your mate to have friends and people in his or her life to count on and be close to in addition to you. At the same time, nobody wants to be taken for a fool. You might feel like you have to stay on alert-- What if your partner's friend has ulterior motives?
Emotional affairs are not any less hurtful than physical affairs. Actually, they pose much more threat to you marriage than a physical betrayal. This guide gives you emotional affair signs – So you could finally decide: Is your husband having an emotional affair? “While my husband was in the shower, I checked his phone,” Sara confessed. “I’ve never done that before, but lately I noticed him getting many messages, both text and voice messages. I had a feeling deep inside that it wasn’t work related.