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Social media 'blurring lines of infidelity'Posted on: May 15, 2013 14:59:47
The constantly-evolving world of technology has brought about a change in the way regular people live out their everyday existence, with many using social media as a tool to inform their friends and family of what they are up to.
And the emergence of websites such as Facebook and Twitter has also seen alterations in the manner consumers form relationships - with some utilising these sites as a tool to cheat on their boyfriend or girlfriend.
According to sex and romance expert Tracey Cox, many people are living out a kind of "emotional infidelity", which sees them involved in deep and passionate conversations without realising they have crossed the line.
Writing in the Daily Mail, Ms Cox said this type of relationship - involving two people going from friendship to romantic love online - is presenting a very real problem for those who are in a committed companionship.
She explained that what may start out as an innocent chat with an old flame could soon end up becoming a flirty and raunchy affair, particularly for users who fail to mention they are taken or choose to discuss their personal issues via the web.
Many love cheats are drawn to this method because it is an extremely intimate method of communicating with someone, but will almost never be discovered by their other half if they ensure they keep the chats away from prying eyes.
Perhaps surprisingly, psychologists have suggested this type of relationship is usually more likely to stem from female pursuit - as women tend to get more emotionally involved and are liable to test the water when enjoying a flirty chat to see if it is going anywhere.
Those people hoping to avoid falling into this kind of trap should ensure they are completely open with their partner about anyone they are talking to, while ensuring they go out of their way to let their significant other know that they have nothing to hide.
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