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Are You Cheating if You’re in an ‘Online Relationship?’ [POLL]

A new study claims that spouses who spend a lot of time on Twitter and other social media outlets are more likely to cheat on their significant others

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The study finds that couples tend to experience more problems when one of the partners is spending an excessive amount of time on social media. As technology progresses, it becomes easier for couples to cheat on one another.

Today, Dennis and Judi were discussing the lines of cheating, and how they have become blurred due to technology.

If a person is married, but maintains an online relationship with someone else that their partner is aware of, are they cheating on their partner? Or, is it not cheating since the person is not physically there, and the other spouse is aware of what is going on.

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