Micro-cheating might be ruining relationships in the modern digital age, as just a click of a computer button can be considered unfaithful by your partner, experts warn. Micro-cheating is used to describe behaviour which falls in a grey area between friendly interaction and infidelity.
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Examples include checking the social media accounts of former partners, sending emoji such as hearts and flowers to people other than partners, and saving mobile phone contact details of a friend of the opposite sex under a false name. This means, showing a high level of "digital" interest in someone outside the existing relationship can constitute micro-cheating, 'The Telegraph' reported.