These addictive love chemicals feel so good that it's difficult for you to even imagine ending contact with your friend.

Your connection feels genuine and even life-sustaining.

I won’t give a line by line analysis but bear these pointers in mind: Her: tell me what you were doing last week apart from gym and reading?

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You become friends with the sexy co-worker and decide to carpool to work together. You're married, or engaged, or you're in a committed relationship. All those tingly feelings and the fantasies that perhaps a "perfect love" can really exist isn't destiny knocking -- they're caused by "love chemicals" in your brain.

You become "friends" with an ex on Facebook and reminisce about the past. You spend hours thinking about them and your heart races whenever you see a text from them. You tell yourself it's ok because you're not really cheating, you're just chatting. Biochemical research has shown that the effect of these love chemicals is twofold: they are released in response to your friend, and they bond you to him or her.

Having an affair is usually a symptom of an underlying problem in your life and in your relationship.

Something is missing, and that missing element makes you vulnerable to temptation.

A platonic friendship doesn't have elements of sexual chemistry or attraction. In contrast, emotional sex is much more secretive and it drains energy from your primary relationship.

You may love your friend, but you don't fantasize or daydream about him or her. If you're having intimate talks and sharing things you should only be sharing with your primary partner, or you're sending late night 'just thinking of you' flirty texts, you're not having just an innocent friendship.

But in today's technology-driven world, meeting, staying connected, and getting intimate has never been easier or more dangerous.

Thanks to smartphones and the Internet, your love "fix" is never far away.

Letting go of such intoxicating nourishment seems unimaginable.