"Sadly, I believe that ANY time spent texting, facebooking, or talking on the phone with another woman can be called cheating. Time spent on another woman/man is time that you could and should be spending with your partner. Marriage is tough. We all reach a point of familiarity that can appear to be "boredom."
First, my heart goes out to
Been there, done that learned,
Please remember that this is
*snicker* I almost need a black light, cheetos, and some Pink Floyd in order to understand your posts. Yeah, some mystery in a marriage is good. I like the closed bathroom door policy with my fiance. But other than bathroom stuff, I think that secrets are a terrible thing.
I personally had an ex-boyfriend who hid his phone from me, made calls while I was out of earshot, etc. He was cheating. And "sexting" is cheating - it is an emotional affair.
You could try dressing up in sexy dresses and flirting with other men, but I'd advise leaving that in high school, where it belongs.
Let's try some advice from people who can A) spell and use grammar correctly and B) aren't toking it up and trying to be psuedo-philosopical.
Those who do not head history are bound to repeat it.
Insecurity is never beautiful
A mature adult realizes that control is an illusion
So why ive in one?
There is no control!
Yes, texting and especially sexting can be considered infidelity.