Have you seen your partner’s couple of activities where he shares inside jokes other than you? Then your partner is micro-cheater. Are you having strong suspicions and bad feelings that your partner is still in contact with his ex-girlfriend? Wishing someone’s birthday on social media platforms such as Facebook, Yahoo, WhatsApp, Tinder, Line and plenty of others platforms does not mean to be as “Micro-cheating”. On the other hand, if you have come to know recently, your partner or spouse has shared special memories with an ex, then congratulations, you have picked a well. And your spouse or partner is taking interest in the digital world in other men or women, and then definitely there is something running interesting that you need know with complete facts and figures. Rather than just put the blame on your partner, is not a good idea.
However, micro-cheating is a kind of real thing, according to Megan Fleming, Ph.D., a sex relationship therapist in New York City, it’s not happening the first time, but this is not suddenly you have to worry about suddenly.
“But ignoring the matter to the fullest may bring you an in deep trouble, he added. Micro-cheating behavior may lead your partner to be a full flagged cheater, Fleming stated that.
Therefore, before making your mind fully that your partner is a cheater or micro-cheater; you need to investigate the meter to the fullest. Sometimes empty suspicions and suspicious mind put your healthy relationship in a deep trouble.
Some men and women usually have got seemingly innocuous behaviors that really define as an act of cheating. Men and women comment likes and views the photos and videos of other charming ladies and men other than the partner. Further, there are plenty of other things seems as micro-cheating but apparently seems things not all as same as picked by eyes. Let’s suppose your partner spending too much time watching other women’s photos on the cell phone screen, do text messages and chat conversations and shared media files such as photos and videos other than the partner or spouse confirm the act of cheating.