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    If you are having to ask if it's cheating then it probably is because that doubt has already crossed your mind to make you think it may be cheating in the first place,
    Imagine it was the other way around, would you/they want their girlfriend to be doing that with her ex, if the answers no, there is a clear abuse of trust = cheating, as you are desiring to be with someone else
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    As a rule of thumb, if you have to ask if it will be considered cheating.

    You probably have cheated.

    What it really comes to in the end is the emotions involved. You may stop yourself short but emotionally you have cheated.
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    nicely written
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    In my opinion:
    If current gf would be hurt if she found out, he's in the wrong here.
    If current girlfriend would be hurt *and* he has feelings for the ex, he's cheating.


    I'm curious:
    How long did he and ex date? Who hung up? Would he do it again if ex called?
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    Nah man, that's completely normal behaviour in a relationship.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    both people show.. intimate areas?
    ^There's your answer. Yes, it's cheating.
 
 
 
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