"Facebook cheaters" are very real.
It’s not difficult to cheat in a relationship. Your relationship has gotten old. The excitement has died down. Most conversations you have, end up in an argument or a fight. And the thought of having just this one person with you for your entire life feels too suffocating. So what do you do? You go out and look for ways to end this frustration and you cheat! Most people do it without even knowing or admitting to it.
Cheating doesn’t just constitute that you go out and sleep with another person. It can take on all forms: You go out and flirt with every single person that crosses your path, that’s cheating. You keep talking to this one ‘friend’ the entire day, sharing all your life’s personal details with them, that’s cheating. And the most common one in this day and age is online cheating - more specifically with this random person you just met through Facebook.
Look out for the following changes in your partner’s behavior that warn you about their Facebook cheating:
They make sure you have no access to their Facebook
Now I’m not saying that they’re obligated to give you their Facebook password or to let you scan every single thing on their account. But if you feel like your partner is always extra cautious about giving you any sort of access to their account, if they always make sure that they log out of their Facebook every time they open it even on their own phone, and if you’ve noticed them looking rather uncomfortable whenever you pass by them during their browsing time, then something is definitely fishy. *Continue reading to next page*