In this episode, I was going to discuss if flirting is actually infidelity. However, while I was listening to Kevin and Bean this morning, I heard them use the term “Micro-Cheating.” According to Here’s How To Know If You’re Micro-Cheating, “Micro-cheating is the term for small things you do that could have whispers of infidelity–without being physically unfaithful–and can take you into territories you might regret.” My previous topic sounds like it fits into this micro-cheating spectrum. Today, we are going to discuss 10 types of behaviors that count as micro-cheating from What Counts As Micro-Cheating? 10 Behaviors That Cross The Line In A Relationship–And When It’s Considered Infidelity by Lea Rose Emery.
Is Micro-Cheating Actually A Form Of Infidelity? Outline
- Contacting An Ex On Social Media (24%)
- Liking An Old Social Media Post (37%)
- Repeatedly Visiting A Profile (41%)
- Lying About Your Relationship Status On Social Media (54%)
- Keeping An Active Dating Profile (58%)
- Contacting An Ex And Concealing It (62%)
- Having A Deep Emotional Contact With Someone Else (68%)
- Listing Someone By A Fake Name In Your Contacts (75%)
- Sexting Someone Else (83%)
- Sending Nude Photos (88%)
- Resource Reads:
- What Counts As Micro-Cheating? 10 Behaviors That Cross The Line In A Relationship–And When It’s Considered Infidelity.
- What Is Micro Cheating, Is It Endangering Your Marriage?
- Relationship Warning: 4 Signs That Your ‘Flirting’ Is Flirting With Cheating!
- One Millennials Success Strategy: Shamelessly Flirting
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