17 Little Heartbreaking Ways People Cheat πŸ’” without ❌ Actually Having Sex πŸ›Œ ...


You can cheat on someone without laying a finger on someone else. Cheating is all about intent, which is why emotional cheating is often more devastating than a physical affair. Personally, I think I'd be more forgiving of a sexual encounter because that's just sex and sex doesn't always mean anything more than an orgasm. Getting all tangled up with someone emotionally is altogether different. Distancing yourself is altogether different, too. All the little ways people cheat without having sex still add up and easily result in the demise of the relationship.

1. Sexting with Anyone

Sexting with Anyone

If you're trying to get off with someone else, you're pretty much kind of cheating, you know? You're not technically having sex, but still.

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How do you ever really know if your boyfriend is telling the truth if he doesn't do these things or not? Not that I'm being pushy, but he has to respect you and not do these things if he really loves you..
Ok...but saying "I love you" isn't always said in a romantic way. I tell all my friends I love them. That doesn't mean I'm cheating on my boyfriend
Jackie Lyn Alura Orale
The girl in number 3 gif is a Danish tv personality :) Ane Cortzen
Becca Ayanna Binsfeld
All five of my exes cheated on me. And I was too naive to realize it until it was too late! Never gonna make that mistake again. I've been single for 3 years now, just trying to focusing on me and my wellbeing.
I think this is a little more complicated than it sounds.. In the end it's all about whether you act upon the intent..
Sad to say but I've had the "emotional affair" and I'm telling you, it's hard to get out of. Weirdly enough I still care for the other guy, even though I've moved on. I know he cares for me still, since he told me he still loves me! πŸ˜“
@Cheyenne Maria that's one of the reasons why I broke up with mine, he also deleted convos between him and the other girl
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