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Infidelity / Cheating Spouse Investigation
Is your husband or wife cheating?
The suspicion that your spouse may be cheating is a painful thought. Unfortunately, if you have a suspicion that your spouse is unfaithful, you may be right. According to statistics, wives who suspect their husbands of cheating are correct 85% of the time, while husbands who suspect their wives of cheating are correct 50% of the time. Therapist Peggy Vaughan’s research has suggested that approximately 60% of men and 40% of women will cheat at least once in their marriage. Despite the prevalence of cheating, 70% of married women and 54% of married men do not know about their spouse’s infidelity. These statistics do not even include nontraditional forms of infidelity. It is estimated that 40 million Americans have virtual encounters of a sexual nature on the internet which many consider to be “emotional affairs”.
What are the common signs of a cheating spouse?
In a cheating spouse infographic released by PINow in February 2012, infidelity investigators noted six of the most common signs of cheating:
- Changes in intimacy: A distinct increase or decrease in intimacy, affection levels, and/or sexual preferences may indicate infidelity.
- Suspicious phone habits: A spouse that hides his or her phone or is secretive about their call logs and text messages may be cheating.
- Changes in appearance: A marked change in style of dress, intimate wear, and/or personal hygiene can be a clue.
- Suspicious internet use: Much like phone habits, a cheating spouse may be overly secretive when it comes to their browser history and general internet and computer habits.
- Changes in work routine: It may seem like a cliche but a husband or wife that suddenly needs to “work late” or “go to a conference” frequently is a sign of infidelity.
- Changes in bathing habits: A spouse that showers right when they get home, switches cologne or perfume, or changes their grooming habits can be a sign of cheating.
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Screen time is on the rise, take a moment to set some rules and expectations with your partner and children. Learn about some apps that are out there. As family’s have been hunkered down at home during the coronavirus pandemic, parents are worried about what their children are doing online while surfing the web for schoolwork or playing video games, especially when they are not in their custody. Maybe you are going through a tough time with your spouse and you are splitting child care responsibilities.
Perhaps your in a child custody battle and are concerned how your child is spending their time while out of your care? Most boys are avid gamers and there are all sorts of things that may befall them, from exposure to content that’s violent or sexual to inappropriate contact with adults. “It’s a strange new world,” you say. “I have blocked their devices from adult content, but that doesn’t mean predators can’t try to chat with them online in the games. You are not alone. As children spend more time online—and parents cope with a broad range of free-floating anxieties—it’s natural for parents to dwell on the potential dangers, from a child falling victim to a sextortion scam (in which an adult blackmails a minor into taking and sharing explicit photos or video) to a tragic but rare event like an abduction by an online predator.
Even Zoom Calls Aren’t as Private as You May Think. The guarded good news from experts is that for most kids, the increased screen time during the pandemic won’t automatically translate into increased risk. Other changes caused by the crisis may actually keep children safer. “Parents sometimes go to the worst-case scenario, but the chances of that happening to your child are tiny,” says Anne Collier, executive director of the Net Safety Collaborative. “And right now, children are quite likely safer online than they ever were.”
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More people are having virtual affairs as the coronavirus pandemic wears on:
Data suggests more Americans are having virtual affairs during lockdown. Pandemic-related stress is straining relationships, driving people onto dating apps.
People who have affairs and get caught could have more trouble reconciling with their partners than usual.
There are many variables, “due to the intersection with the social, emotional, and financial consequences of COVID-19,” .
Its human nature that due to the current stress, this will be a drive an uptick in in-person affairs once the pandemic is over.
People are stressed, so they’re turning to dating apps and contacting ex-lovers
Though the pandemic has limited in-person meetups, Gordon and Mitchell of Insider said:
technologies like FaceTime, online dating services, and smartphones have allowed stressed out partners to find solace in virtual affairs. ”
Individuals who are dissatisfied in their current relationship are more likely to explore alternative options. The increased stress from the pandemic may be contributing to more negative perceptions for individuals of both their partner and their relationship,” they wrote.
According to data Gordon and Mitchell obtained from a dating website for married people (they didn’t disclose which site), 17,ooo new people have signed up for the services every day during the pandemic. This compares to the 1,500 daily new member sign-ups in 2019. People are also reaching out to ex-lovers during the pandemic despite being in committed relationships.
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