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They're absolutely wrong. If you wouldn't willingly do something in front of your spouse you shouldn't be doing it.
I think it’s wrong. I text my male colleagues about work, that’s it, because texting is like talking. If it went anywhere else I would be shocked and tell them it’s not on.
Ahhh feels so good tho!! Still do not done too much, lots of kissing, cuddles & he’s wanked onto my chest twice now !
He’s gone down on me but I couldn’t quite get there, next time !!
Line was def crosses last night after our work Xmas party; I don’t even feel bad..
Bit tipsy, got an Uber to his house & fooled around for a few hrs. Kissing, cuddling, back scratches, most fun I’ve had in years. I’m such a shitbag
When you're in a relationship into the future, you'll always wonder/ worry what your partner will get up to when they're out on their own .... as you've just done. It'll break your heart, especially if you thought your partner was the one & you loved them deeply.
Very aware it’s wrong yet feels so right 😔
Once you start to add kissing and other physical touch into the mix you both start producing the bonding hormone oxytocin which snowballs the level of attraction.
Hormones are intoxicating so I always think it is useful to understand how they are driving our behaviour.
Truly wishing you the best with this.
We do have shared responsibilities at work in an extremely high stress job but I completely understand it’s not the same.
It may just fizzle out to being good mates, as our rules of engagement are clear, mates first & anything to jeopardise that will be dumped.
Wrong. Husband sent messages to workmate. I will never trust him again or love him the same as before.
It really depends. Some people are naturally flirty and it has no meaning. But if the flirting is a preclude to something most and the married person has intent to take it further then of course it’s crossing a line.