People who practice "sexting" frequently are more likely to be infidel, according to a study by the University of Alberta.
The research analyzed the impact of this practice on the relationships of 615 people, embedded in heterosexual and same sex relationships. It has been found that tight, healthy relationships, sexting is not an important component or is nonexistent
Moreover, researchers say that people who send such messages are more unsafe, more often than not show up on the social networks and use more pornographic content
However, sexting also has positive effects. Couples who practice it have higher satisfaction in the bedroom.
Sexting is a relatively new phenomenon and involves sending, through chat platforms, nude, provocative or explicit sex pictures