When you think about micro-cheating in terms of feelings, it's easy to see that you're micro-cheating.
I know — what's the harm in taking a quick peek at your ex's Facebook page or Instagram account, right?
Actions always have consequences, especially today with technology being how it is."Of course, it's not uncommon to have fantasies about people other than your partner — or even have a crush while you're in a relationship.Of course, only you and your partner can decide what you two consider to be cheating, but micro-cheating switches things up even more when it comes to defining infidelity.Melanie Schilling, dating expert, spoke to Huff Post Australia about it.We all make terrible mistakes that we regret, but that doesn’t mean that our decisions are just or okay.Whenever we cheat on someone, we’re not only hurting ourselves, our reputations, and our dignity, but we’re completing f*cking over someone we once loved and respected. But now, there are dozens of other ways you can hurt someone–just as bad as cheating on them–and they go by phrases like “gas-lighting,” “ghosting,” or even “cushioning.” Now, while those do sound pretty awful, there’s a brand new term that makes everyone worry about the big, black, scary reality of cheating and it’s called: micro-cheating.