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11-29-2009 @ 12:34AM
Let me point out a contradiction you've posed that skewers your point:you say: "ok, we can only make assumptions from whats been written, but all i see here is 2 adults talking.there was no physical contact, there was only talking in game and phone calls."and then say: "for some people like me, the relationships we form online are just as important the the one's we form in person. the friends i have in game we have shared phone numbers, family problems, issues we have at work etc."Okay. If you agree that online relationships can be as powerful and personal as physical ones, why is it necessary for physical contact in order for it to be an affair and be cheating? If you agree that people's online relationships can be just as important and serious to them as their physical ones, then it cuts both ways: an online romance can be just as poignant as a physical one - especially if it's leading in that direction. And when that online relationship is with YOUR SPOUSE and SOMEONE ELSE, you see why that would be an issue, don't you?
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