Adult chat married but flirting

I know he loves me, but wouldn’t his habit affect my relationship? Because while he is with me, he could be fantasizing about these other women. Confused…”Before I could respond, “Confused” wrote me again:“Thank you for responding Rori.

I agreed to move in with him, because we had a long commute to see each other and I had just sold my home. Now that I am living with him, l learned he likes to flirt with girls online, he was using myspace originally and when I told him it really bothered me that he had that account he took it off. His reaction was surprising: he cried and told me he did not want to lose me that I meant the world to him.

For most married people, this flirting takes place with no intention of seeking an affair but instead so they can walk away from a flirty exchange of words feeling like "they still have it." It's a good idea to talk out with your partner what you think is flirting and what isn't. Of course, if married people flirt with others, it's also usually a good idea that they flirt with each other, as well.

One of the biggest dangers of marriage is reaching a point where it no longer feels exciting where you feel like you're in a rut.

Not that everyone needs to flirt, or that everyone flirts, but if the reason you fell in love with a girl in the first place is because she was outgoing, teasing, and playfully engaging with you and others, why would you think that would be easy to just turn off?

Newlyweds especially usually only have eyes for each other, which makes it seem easy.

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