Part of being human is the need for attention. But is flirting in a committed relationship a violation of trust or just a little fun?
no matter how you look Flirting while in a committed relationship is always an understatement – is it acceptable or frowned upon? Can you really define it? or gape You can frankly avoid it or walk through life wearing a mask covering your eyes. In a world with a million ways to reach out and make eye contact with someone.
Imagine you are sitting at a coffee shop with friends chatting and drinking coffee. And suddenly someone tells you that they saw your partner flirting with someone else while out around town a few nights ago.
How will you feel?
Shocked, angry, betrayed?
All those emotions are completely correct with money. But if nothing really happened and it was just plain courtship, would it be wrong?
Welcome to the big gray area! [Read: 15 obvious signs of flirting between a guy and a girl]
Flirt while in a committed relationship – wade through gray areas.
Flirting while in a committed relationship is normal in some people’s eyes. personally I don’t like it when my partner flirts with other people. Whether they do it on purpose or not, the problem is what you think of as flirting. They might just think it’s a friendly joke. There are several fine lines here. and many strands have different shades of red. [Read: Friendly vs flirting – 12 simple ways to read between the lines]
The matter of not being right and not being wrong
This happened to a friend of mine not long ago. And I’ve seen palpable flirtation, ‘clarity’ isn’t really a proper word to use because there’s nothing clear about it. It’s clear like a day I had a friend with me at that time. And we were nervous about what to do. We should tell our friends that her boyfriend is flirting with her. Or should we just let it go?
This caused a heated argument between the two of us. ‘Cause I feel guilty for flirting like he does But she felt there was nothing to lose. because clearly there is no intention behind
My argument is this – how can you tell if flirting is intentional behind the scenes? You are not in that person’s head. You can only judge situations based on what you see and hear.
We finally told her. I can’t tell my friends And do you know what her reaction is? she didn’t bother She said she knew her boyfriend was quite flirtatious and that she had sat with him in the past when he did that. He obviously didn’t even know he was flirting. he thinks he is friendly
that won’t do it for me but then again we are all different [Read: How to handle a flirty boyfriend who can’t stop flirting with others]
What do you think about this?
As I always look at things is to ask how I would feel if it happened to me. Before I do anything, most of the time, I think, ‘If anything else, How do I feel?’ That usually tells me that what I’m doing is in my eyes?
You might argue that flirting is good because it’s fun, and we’re told to enjoy life as much as possible. My argument is if so Why can’t you flirt with your partner? That will still be fun!
As you can probably tell from my stance on this matter. I think flirting in a committed relationship is no big deal, am I right? I’m right in my eyes But I don’t pretend to be the world’s final decision on the right and wrong side! [Read: Is flirting really cheating when you’re in a relationship? What you need to know]
personal choice of flirting
The best way to do this is to find your own standpoint. You have to live your life with your own thoughts and values. for example my friend She flirts while working. in a male-dominated environment And she doesn’t think she’s doing anything wrong. because she loves her partner Her partner apparently did the same. And both of them agreed. It works for them.
wonderful for them Will it work for you? [Read: 15 things you MUST know if you’re married and flirting]
Why do we have to flirt with others?
I polled my friends about it. both male and female And they were given these instructions.
– Flirting while in a committed relationship can put a stop to things that get stuck and increase the excitement.
– It can stop one pair *or both* from feeling stuck in a long-term relationship
– Boosts their ego and makes them feel good about themselves.
– when you do it It can keep your partner on his or her toes.
Do you agree with those reasons? I have to admit that I’m a bit fenced in, to be honest. [Read: All the signs of a boring relationship and ways to bring the fun back]
Do you need a third party to motivate you?
First of all, I understand that in a long-term relationship, things can get old and stale at times. But of course you should add excitement together and not separate? There are many ways to stop things from going stale – haven’t you seen Fifty Shades of Gray?!
Second, should you feel trapped in the relationship? Personally, I think if you feel stuck. Something might be wrong. I understand that you might want to add an ego sometimes. But I always do that by buying a new set. Instead of flirting with the nearest single man Finally, you want to flirt with other people to keep your partner. on their toes? Seriously?! I can think of a better way.
Many people think that flirting is part of the good life. and does not reflect the state of their long-term relationship. Maybe that’s true. But would a flirtatious couple feel the same if their boyfriend did that too?
I tend to think no. [Read: The affair fog – How to know if your lover is under someone else’s spell]
The jury is out – here’s what I thought.
Whether you think you’re flirting while in a relationship committed to being fine or the big red cross, that’s really a personal deal. I think that’s the best way to fix the problem. However, what we need to talk about is whether your partner feels the same way about your position.
For example, you might not see a problem with it. But maybe your partner is in a lot of pain with it. In that case it’s not correct, right? The best way to deal with this right now is to make sure you both understand each other. If both of you feel the same way about harmless flirting time and time again. Who am I to judge? That’s okay because you haven’t hurt anyone and you both know it means nothing. [Read: Open relationships and why so many couples think it’s a perfect solution]
Big problems arise when one partner thinks it’s good and the other doesn’t. If they keep doing it knowing it hurts their partner. That’s the important red line. If they do it because they don’t know their partner doesn’t like it. That’s a communication problem that needs to be solved.
Perhaps the answer to all of this is to actually sit down and talk.
What is the intention behind flirting?
The other issue is how do you determine intentions? I got totally innocent flirting with no intention of going any further and no sense of attachment whatsoever, no attraction or anything, just innocent flirting.
But how do you know that’s the case? Does the other party *flirt or not if she* knows that? Or is it more likely that they think this guy or girl likes them and maybe they are doing something? In that case, of course, everyone else would be dragged into the whole mess. And it will end in pain as well. All because you want to increase your ego. [Read: Love triangles and its confusing complications]
Can you see how messy this can be?
Maybe it depends on what you think of flirting as. flirtatious wink Accidentally slapped his arm* certain*Or a short, short introductory word would probably work. But the same womanizer over and over again? For me, that’s more than flirting and having the intention behind it.[Read: 18 emotional affair signs most people don’t see while flirting]
Flirting while in a committed relationship is a ground for discussion that tends to run away. The only way to really answer the question is to focus on how you feel about you. That’s it, you can actually answer the questions. whether yes or no