Married and flirting: what’s healthy vs. what crosses the line
What Crosses the Line. And, hey, getting close to people and learning from them is part of what makes life worth living.
But how close is too close, and how do you know when a relationship with someone crosses the line? But it helps to know the difference between healthy vs. What is harmless flirting?
Harmless flirting includes things like exchanging compliments, eye contact, or teasing someone without actually pursuing the other person. Would you feel weird?
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Would you tone things down if they were there? Or would you be natural and playful?
What is risky flirting? Risky flirty is exchanging words or body language that may invite the other person to pursue you. This is the kind of flirting you want to stay away from.
Initiating a conversation that could lead to hanging out privately. In this situation, a few words may turn into a long in-person or text conversation that you would want to hide. A hug hello is fine.
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This is a that the flirting has gone too far. Are you always bringing up sex?
Either their sex life or yours? Whether your marriage is new or still, happy or stale, you must be consistent in your words and actions when being playful with someone but is not your spouse. Being inconsistent can flirt to increasing flirting and married up the possibility of being intimate in a way that can lead down a slippery slope.
Flirting may be a fun and a subtle reminder of who you were before you got married, but remember this, you married the person you want to be with. More from The Date Mix. Subscribe to our newsletter Please enter a valid address. Address.