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This article first appeared on Ravishly. Is sexting cheating? I've been with my boyfriend a little under a year. I love him an awful lot, but I have anxiety, so sometimes trust is a major issue for me. He knew this and still started to make it obvious he was being secretive regarding his phone. Then one evening he left it aside, and I decided to look despite my reservations on snooping.
I found he had been messaging a woman twice our age with sexual implications. When I confronted him, he said it was stupid harmless fun, but me going through his messages was much worse. The slippery slope goes a little like this: Innocent interaction between someone you might be attracted to probably via the Internet or text.
More and more attention goes towards this other person. One day, a dick pic shows up on your phone. Slippery slope. Is it akin to actually having sex IRL with someone else? Is it still a betrayal and a red flag?
Further, I think of relationship anxiety like this… If you feel constantly insecure in a relationship, get out. Do I think you should move on? I also do. I always think of this scene from an episode of Sex and the City and I have mentioned this before …. I have said this repeatedly: My relationship is not always perfect. Sometimes we piss each other off. The information within Ask Erin should in no way be interpreted as medical advice because I'm not a medical professional.
But I am here to help — to share with you the wisdom I've gained after years of making mistakes. As always, your anonymity is golden. Hi Erin, Is sexting cheating? He refuses to acknowledge what he did as cheating. I'm not sure what my next step should be, or if I'm overreacting.
Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you. The short answer is yes, sexting is a form of cheating. I liken micro-cheating to slippery-slope actions — small actions that take attention and focus away from your partner and towards someone else who you could potentially have sex with. What concerns me is that he is not taking responsibility for doing something that hurt your feelings.Sext cheating
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