The line between Fidelity and Cheating

Cheating is the number one reason why relationships and marriage break up. According to a 2007 MSNBC.com survey, about 22% of adults in monogamous relationships have cheated on their current partner. And nearly 50% of the 70,000 adults surveyed admitted being unfaithful at some point in their lives.

But One become amazed at what people consider cheating. What's cheating to you? What're the limits you place on your partner's interaction with third parties of opposite sex. Flirting with a stranger at a bar? Having lunch with your single co-worker? Kissing someone other than your partner?


Men and Women define cheating differently. While most men believe that if they aren't involves in intercourse, they haven't cheated. Women have a wider spectrum of views on what cheating entails.

We are interested in your opinion. At what point will you consider your partner to have cheated?


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