Emotional infidelity may be worse than physical

Most women have a more morning affair that their husband or partner has fallen in love with another woman than when she finds a sexual drive without emotion. Men have exactly the opposite.

The relationship without sex can be as intense as the sexual one, and therefore can have catastrophic consequences for us. Emotional infidelity is actually an emotional connection of two people. A sex-free affair can have more serious consequences for a marriage or partnership than a “one-time drive”. If you have an emotional relationship, you actually transfer all energy, time and attention to someone other than the person you are living with in the formal relationship. You create a strong emotional bond that can be stronger than sexual.


Friendship with the opposite sex causes some sort of harmony that we can consider to be risky. Intimacy also deepens the sharing of thoughts, fears and hopes. It should be part of a permanent partnership relationship, not a friendly relationship. Your partner could consider it betrayal and loss of trust. If you entrust a friend with what is missing from a partnership relationship, you make it clear that you are available to someone else. You’re also threatening your relationship by looking forward to meeting a friend. These feelings release dopamine (it works as a reward). If you spend a lot of time with a friend, you start to prefer it to others, if you are without it, you will be irritable and unhappy, you will stop enjoying your partner or family activities.

In the modern world of modern technology, emotional distrust gets a different dimension. With the internet and mobile phones, this form of infidelity is very easy and effective to develop. It quickly destroys relationships. You often do not have to uncover the physical infidelity, especially if it is a one – off flight. Emotional “bending” becomes apparent over time. Platonic love intensely fed by electronic communication is often very intense, often to the limit of dependence. The boom of social networks also helps. Your imaginary friends are interested in you more than a partner or a partner, lurking each your post, every photo …

It is often the hurried time to create emotional unfaithfulness, people spend far more time at work than with their family. Perhaps it would be worth thinking about what is more important to us – employment, friends or family?