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  • The Link Between Social Media & Infidelity

    Social media offers several benefits. It can help us feel more connected to our loved ones, introduce us to like-minded individuals who have similar interests, keep us updated on news and current events, and inspire us to try new things, to name a few.

    Unfortunately, social media can also make it easier for people to cheat on their significant others. Here are just a few reasons why:

    • Social media has made it easier for people to meet each other and discreetly exchange messages and pictures.
    • Many people use social media to look up their exes, which can lead to them wanting to rekindle the relationship.
    • Social media allows people to reinvent themselves online in a way they couldn’t do in person.
    • Some individuals don’t consider online affairs to be cheating in the same way as physical affairs (even if their partners disagree), making them more likely to engage in infidelity.

    Notably, even when someone isn’t cheating, social media can cause their partner to feel jealous or suspicious and motivate them to start snooping around. This can lead to feelings of mistrust, betrayal, and resentment, which can negatively impact the relationship.

    Experienced Therapists Specializing in Infidelity and Sexual Betrayal Trauma

    Are you looking for a therapist who can help you move on from infidelity? The therapists on our team have extensive experience working with individuals who have cheated or been cheated on. That background has given us unique insight into the connection between social media and infidelity. Contact us today to schedule your first therapy session.