Transcript for Is flirting cheating?
First one, is flirting cheating? "Cosmo" magazine recently asked the question, they asked ten different relationship experts to weigh in. They said, quote, someone might simply be a very outgoing person and friendly with others but have no desire to lead someone on outside of their significant other. Another said, quote, if you would not flirt with someone in front of your partner, then don't do it when they are not there. And finally, another expert thinks, and quote, flirting is a healthy way to check in that you're still attractive to others, even when you're not really trying to attract them. So the question then becomes, again, is flirting cheating? And I think -- Tell us. I'm more the first person. Sometimes I have a flirtatious personality. You know, I'm just being myself. So it's like, if that's who you are you're just very friendly. You know, hey, that's what it is. I never intentionally flirt with anybody I don't like. Okay, okay, okay. So I agree with you, keke. I don't think flirting is cheating, especially if your actions are consistent. So, I act the same way -- So you consistently flirt. You're friendly. You're right. I act the same way in front of my husband as I do without my husband. So I don't find it disrespectful. He knows what he signed up for. Typically, we call it flirting when it's an "Attractive base," like you said, only people you like. I actually also gush over women. I'm consistent even in the treatment of people. I love building people up. With men it comes off as, like, a guy sitting there thinking that she wants me. I just think you're great. I think it's little bit more benign. Oh, my gosh, she likes me. As women we can be ten days in and I don't know if he likes me. Men are like, this is it. I like how you tell us how we think as men, every day. But I think flirting is not cheating. It depends on your personality. And certain people, you talk. And certain people interpret it in different ways. I think you don't go overboard with it. You don't start being suggestive and alluding to something that's going to happen. That's going overboard. You know, all guys aren't like, she looked at me, she wants me. That's not every guy. The intention is important. You also meet those guys who are flirting it's just like a warning signal. Is she going to pick up on this or not? You can tell that they're testing. My fence is up. I just want to come play. I love this. I wonder what is in that head of yours. That's like the "Home improvement" neighbor. Wilson. Yeah. Wilson. It's way before your time. You don't know that show? I do remember Jonathan Tyler Thomas. Everybody's like who is that? I know who it is. He was on "Home improvement." They were her peers. I can't believe you don't
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