· Giving more and more time, attention and emotional support to your "friend" and less to your partner at home?
· Beginning to emotionally or physically withdraw from your partner, preferring to spend time away, online, talking or texting with your "friend" vs. · Constantly checking to see if your "friend" has made contact and/or are continually trying to come up with ways to connect and have contact?
If you've answered "yes" to any of the above, blaring alarms should be ringing in your head, because you have definitely slid down the slippery slope of emotional sex and into cheating.
If this is indeed the case, you need to deal with the truth of what's really going on, .
They offer us the kind of instant gratification and validation that's not always easy to get from our partners.It's never too late to turn things around, even if you've already crossed a line (or if your partner has).All it takes is a sincere willingness to open up, be honest, and learn to love, respect and treat each other as good friends again.· Feeling high and happy when connected with your "friend" and low and lonely when you've been disconnected for too long?
Secrecy & Exclusion · Hiding your correspondence with your "friend" from your partner?It's easier than ever to meet others, stay constantly (and secretly) in contact, get intimate and cheat on our partners.