Love Is Like A Plant Episode: Microcheating

Have you found yourself feeling a way about your partner’s flirtatious behavior? Does it hit a nerve when they wish an ex a happy birthday on Facebook? These are some scenarios that can be classified as microcheating.

What defines cheating is often very personal, which is why it’s so important to share your boundaries with your partner. But what do you classify as microcheating? And how do you go about dealing with it in your relationship? In this episode of “Love Is Like A Plant” Elle and Sarah dig into what’s considered microcheating and whether or not it can shake a relationship. You can listen to the episode on iTunes or on Soundcloud. If you like it, be sure to share it with a friend and subscribe to get future episodes!

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