Be careful with that. Let me put it this way before a spouse cheats lets say with a co-worker, do you think it he or she just goes up and starts cheating? No it first starts off as a crush you start to think and fanticize about being with that person. Soon you'll probably start planning to go out together for lunch, then probably meet up at each others place to watch a movie. Then it happens it may take time but it soon produces infidelity. So my advice to anyone is to set boundaries. If you think your getting bored with your spouse do something that can help spice up the relationship
If you actively pursue them and make yourself a part of their life and push your husband out of the picture then yes.
Only if you act on it.
NO! I mean, who doesn't honestly crush on others? The cheeating comes into play when the crush becomes an affair.
Having a crush on someone is not something you can really help, however what you do about this situation is something you should deal with well. If you recognise these feelings you can avoid getting into awkward situations which could lead to something else. Do not flirt with, or spend time alone with, this person. Make it absolutely clear that you are in a relationship and that you love your partner very much. Make sure your own relationship is going well and if it isn't, work on it to improve it (You will be more vunerable to stray, when you feel lonely or neglected). Do not let anyone crush your emotions. Sometimes if your emotions are crushed you will not only turn yourself off of other people but you might end up turning yourself off of your partner as well. This is a common problem which many people voice in marriage counselling sessions. Remember,like 2Emotional said, We are all human. That said, I would avoid telling anyone, as it might hurt your partners feelings, unless you are in a very strong relationship, in which case you would probably be talking to your partner about this and not us.
No, it is not cheating. However, you might want to ask yourself why you have a crush on someone. What is that person giving you that your spouse is not? I'm not saying that a crush is a bad thing or that your spouse should be able to provide you with what you are receiving from the other person. No one can be everything to someone. But there is a lot to be gained from self-exploration.<br />
—Socrates said, “An unexamined life is not worth living."
Some say that "lusting in your heart" is a sin, but I think they are just setting you up to fail. I would really worry about someone if they never had a crush on anyone.
Nothing wrong with admiring from afar. People come in so many varieties; how can you help it if you like someone's looks and personality?
I believe that you can love others deeply without a hint of lust like brothers and sisters and befriend them if you and your spouce can have a mutual friendship with them. But if you do lust them then yes that is cheating.
get your head out of you a$$.