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11-28-2009 @ 6:22PM
I've been in a guild where our GM cheated on his wife with another member of the guild. It started out as PMs and texts then it actually turned into a physical one night when he went to NYC for a weekend. Make no mistake, you can cheat emotionally as well as physically. And the letter writer and her husband need to get some real counseling that is going to address both of them w/o bias. If playing in a guild and being concerned about a guild is more important than their marriage , then more power to them. but looks like it's time to step away from BOTH of their computers and focus on the marriage.
11-29-2009 @ 12:27AM
You make a really really good point here: you can cheat emotionally as well as physically: an online relationship full of private texts, secretive IM conversations, Twitter DMs, and private chats in WoW are all cheating. Some people may disagree - and that's fine, it's all about how you define cheating and what is and isn't acceptable and consensual in their relationships, but personally, I think that far more damage can be done over a long, long-distance emotional tryst than a forgettable one-night-stand.
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