Hi Wimberly Wilson,
As this issue looks like an artifact jumping it might be related to the GPU so I suggest you should try turning off the use of GPU by going to Photoshop Preferences > performance then uncheck "use graphics processor", then click OK and relaunch Photoshop.
Please let us know if it works for you.
HOLY COW THAT WAS IT!
Thank you so muuuuuchhhhh!!!!!!
Last night I bought this new computer because my old one wouldn't work with Adobe anymore (it was an older computer). So after buying a new one only to have the programs I use for my job glitch out.... Let me tell, you I was freaking out!
Thanks again Sahil.Chawla. You're seriously a lifesaver!
I'm glad it worked out for you Wimberly!
You can check this link to see if your GPU is compatible with your version of Photoshop or not and make sure that you update the GPU drivers from manufacturer's website such as Nvidia or AMD. Photoshop graphics processor (GPU) card FAQ
After updating the drivers you can go back into Photoshop's preferences > performance and recheck "use graphics processor" then relaunch Photoshop, because not using a GPU with Photoshop will result in a few features being not available to use which you can check on the link mentioned above.
Note: - You can check the name of your GPU in Photoshop's preferences > performance under "Detected Graphics Processor".