Bringing college dating home man

My general rule is that if it's something you would absolutely not be comfortable with your significant other knowing, you've crossed some sort of line.""I'd been dating my boyfriend for a year and a half when I flew to L. Along the way, we picked up a few guys, who later bought us tons of drinks.

As we got more and more drunk, the girls got flirtier with each other, and the guys were egging us on.

I confronted him, and he said he didn't think we were officially together,' so it wasn't cheating.

He also felt justified because she and I weren't close friends!

*"Out with friends one night, I met a cute guy who was wearing a wedding ring.

We hit it off, and eventually everyone left the bar except us—and that's when we admitted our attraction to each other. When we left the bar, I gave him a sad goodbye kiss on the mouth.

Everybody knew but me—that's what hurt the most.""Once, I was seated next to a handsome stranger on a plane.

Read on, but don't be surprised if you end up feeling some old-fashioned moral outrage!But in the end, I felt too guilty to continue the relationship,' and stopped returning his calls.""When I was a senior in college, I had a boyfriend of three years, but sometimes my friend Nate would come over and spend the night…in my bed.We never hooked up or even really touched; we just talked and fell asleep next to each other.That said, I think she was probably right to keep it to herself.Coming clean would have been more for her benefit than his."*—Jennifer Cadiente, 36, Oregon City, Ore.

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