Unfortunately, I have heard countless stories from both men and women who have confronted their spouse about cheating. Before I get into the 3 different reactions you could get from a cheater who admits to the cheating , I want to talk about those who deny it. I think that so many cheaters deny the cheating initially, and then fess up later, possibly in counseling. The reason a cheater will deny it is this: when someone admits to cheating, the entire relationship instantly changes.
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Many of us think of cheating as an obvious breach of trust, from kissing a co-worker to sneaking off to get cozy in a hotel room with your ex. However, in the digital age, cheating means a lot more than whether or not you're physically faithful. And while social media has given rise to seemingly endless opportunities to be unfaithful, it's not just making plans to hook up that sound our cheating alarms anymore. From flirty messages to sending intimate photos, these social media habits are all forms of cheating in their own ways, and certainly worth watching out for if your partner seems to be engaging in them. While there's always the chance that somebody has a fake Facebook profile for the sole purpose of online trolling, it's likely a sign of more suspicious behavior—Facebook cheating.
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What is considered cheating? Is it cheating to send a naked picture? To watch porn? To develop feelings for someone else? The important thing is that you and your partner agree on a definition of cheating before someone ends up feeling betrayed.
Men and women share different opinions on what is considered cheating in a relationship. Takmeomeo, CC0, via Unsplash. Cheating has always been a big subject. Chances are you've been exposed to it somehow—either through someone you know or through personal experience.