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    Yes, my dr. And he shows interest too. I get a hug & kiss every visit. He flirts. I'm obsessed but pretty sure it won't go anywhere on his part

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    Question is, when does the harmless flirting overstep the line?

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    I think you'd have to be dead to never have another crush just because you get married - how depressing that would be!! But as long as our marriage is happy I believe (I hope) that nothing would ever happen with a crush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy View Post
    Question is, when does the harmless flirting overstep the line?
    I guess it depends on the particular couple and their boundaries. What my DH and I deem as harmless might be completely different to what the next couple dress harmless.

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    Yeah definitely, I even had a picture of Chris Hemsworth with his top off as my wallpaper for awhile lol!

    I'd never cheat on DH, though. It's fine to have those feelings but it's about not putting yourself in a position where you're alone with the person or where the flirting could turn into more. That's just playing with fire.

    As for where the line is drawn? If I wouldn't do or say it in front of DH then I shouldn't be doing it!

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    Yeah I did ... Several times over the 11 years we were together. Never acted on it though. These guys were my friends. They'd have no idea either!! I'd distant myself if I was starting to think of them too often,

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    Yep. For sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scotmum2be View Post
    Just because you are on a diet doesn't mean you can't look at the menu! Just don't get tempted even by a canapé.
    Doesn't matter where you get your appetite, as long as you only ever eat at home


 

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