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Share What constitutes cheating on a ificant other? Just a flirtg How about emotional misdeeds, like amorous texts and s? For those who think they can get away with flirtatious texting or other kinds of emotional infidelity, take note: A new study has shown that most of us take that emotional cheating even more seriously than physical cheating. Surveying over 63, Americans, researchers out of Chapman University asked what was more upsetting: a partner who steps out sexually or a partner who steps out emotionally.
The majority of respondents said the latter. Heterosexual women, along with gay, lesbian and bisexual participants, agreed the idea of a partner falling in love with someone else, even while remaining physically faithful, was more troubling.
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Which, lead researcher David Frederick told Mic, totally fit his predictions. The findings are stark validation for victims of cheating, and a clarion call to would-be philanderers: Emotional cheating does serious damageand that playful office romance or string of flirty texts can't easily be written off as "no big deal.
Despite the rise of texting, Facebook and other platforms that make it easier than ever, emotional infidelity is hardly a new concept for therapists. Emotional affairs are more about giving your heart — and sometimes soul — to an individual outside the relationship," Elizabeth Lombardo, a Chicago-based psychologist and author, says.
I've always been in this camp, ever since I was a teenager, and now as a year-old married woman, I still strongly feel this way.
They might be able to blame science, says Frederick, but it depends on which researchers you ask. Many biologists say evolution can influence men's priorities.
Cue the white-knuckle Maury Povich moments like this. But those in the psychology realm disagree. No more excuses, guys.
Emotional cheating may be on the rise, but that doesn't mean it's OK. Studies reveal that many of us have a back-up paramour gah or maybe two — with whom we chat on Facebook. Perhaps it's an insurance policy if our current relationship doesn't pan out, or just to get some titillation on the side of an otherwise stable, happy relationship. And even if it doesn't: Emotional cheating is worse.
To all the men and women out there who might justify their emotional infidelity as "harmless" texts or "silly" Snapchats: It's a hollow excuse. Think before you sext.