Ended up keeping the dog and am really digging the wagging and tennis balls that come with unconditional love." —Hauppage 4.
"I was dating my neighbor, and his door was 10 feet away from my front door.
Generally, I find this more helpful when the friend is not a member of the sex you're attracted to.
Don't leave i Message signed into your computer and have your SO watch each text that flies in while you're curling up for some Netflix.
I woke up the next morning and was in so much pain.
I couldn't open my eye, and crying made it burn which made me cry more.
Now, if you do choose to cheat, please don't be an idiot.
This person should text you fairly regularly anyway.
All it takes is one snoop from your SO to uncover all those filthy messages you saved from when your sext game was on point. Some of them look like calculators and other apps so they don't arouse suspicion. This isn't the person you're trying to spend the rest of your life with; you're not even dating them. We're all humans, and prolonged exposure to each other in a semi-romantic sense will probably result in those pesky "feelings." Don't get there with someone you were just looking to blow off steam with.
Use a separate code from your phone so no one knows how to access it but you. You need to keep the information to a small group of people you trust. If you're not looking for a one-nighter and have a more regular sidepiece, make sure he/she is on it.
So, I ran over to my boyfriends apartment, let myself in (we had copies of each other's keys) and as I was going up the stairs to his room, I kept thinking, 'Hm, women's shoes! ' But I was so set on having him drive me to the emergency room or something so I just busted into his room and there he was, in bed with his best girl friend.
They hadn't heard me come in, so I just stood there for an uncomfortably long time. So I super stealth mode opened the door and found her and my roommate in bed together.
And why push yourself to do something that tears you apart inside? No one here wants your relationship to fall apart -- especially if you don't. No one likes getting cheated on; the fewer people who find out, the fewer people who get hurt. I've cheated because I was bored, because I was drunk, because I was angry, because I wanted to.