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Be it consciously or subconsciously, you have little control over being attracted to someone and lusting for him or her. Its a phase that should gradually pass if one is committed to a loving relationship. I don't think its something wrong or immoral, as long as it is kept in check.
Lusting is for a short period of time, love always make you grow out of it.
very well said !!
i guess having lust for someone is quite normal even while in a relationship, but making a further move on that lust is totally immoral.
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