Infidelity has many forms, from sex outside of an established relationship to hiding a secret bank account. With the advent of social media, though, a new kind of cheating has emerged—digital flirtation and intimacy that violate the bounds of a marriage or commitment. In fact, some recent research suggests not only that active Facebook and Twitter users are at heightened risk for relationship conflict because of their social-media use, but that this activity significantly correlates with a heightened risk of infidelity and divorce. Insidermonkey experts made a list of how to tell if someone is cheating on you on Facebook.
Ever wonder if your significant other isn't being entirely truthful? First of all, there's a good chance you're right — it's perfectly normal to lie. But if you're worried that someone's fibbing extends into the important stuff, like happiness or fidelity, you might have considered trying to catch them in a lie. Unfortunately, science can't tell you if your partner is sleeping around, but it is getting better at spotting when someone — especially a significant other — is being deceptive. You can also check our list of Lover Beware: The 8 Countries that Cheat the Most.