“If you are seeing your partner post about activities, outings, and events that you are not aware of at all, this is also a red flag that the relationship may not survive.”
It’s obviously healthy to have a life outside of your partner, but you still need to both be kept in the loop about what’s happening in each other’s lives.
According to Ramani Durvasula, Ph.D. in Oprah Magazine, they may stop sharing tidbits with you about their day-to-day life because they’re more interested in someone else:
“The most interesting aspects of their day may relate to their new flirtation…This can be more devastating than sexual infidelity as it implies the intimacy of day-to-day life is now being shared with someone new.”
Even though you notice they are always spending time on their phones, it’s a red flag if that activity is not directed towards you.
7. Want Advice Specific to Your Situation?
While this article explores the main ways to catch an Instagram cheater, it can be helpful to speak to a relationship coach about your situation.
Relationship Hero is a site where highly trained relationship coaches help people through complicated and difficult love situations, like cheating online. They’re a very popular resource for people facing this sort of challenge.
Well, I reached out to them a few months ago when I was going through a tough patch in my own relationship. After being lost in my thoughts for so long, they gave me a unique insight into the dynamics of my relationship and how to get it back on track.