BuzzFeed featured a YouTube video with the title “Scary Facts About Cheating You Never Knew”. The statistics may shock you.
- 15% of married women cheat on their spouse.
- 25% of married men cheat on their spouse.
- Ashley Madison, a website dedicated to extramarital affairs, has over 23 million users.
- 3% of all children are products of cheating.
- 60% of cheaters are sure they got away with it.
- 68% of women would cheat if they knew they couldn’t get caught.
- 56% of cheating men insist they are happily married.
- Rich men are 11% more likely to cheat than poor men.
- 57% of cheating women are in love with their lover.
- Adultery is illegal in 23 states and leads to 17% of divorces.
- 10% of adulterers marry their lovers.
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Keep your eyes peeled for the 10 following behaviors that may indicate infidelity in your relationship:
1. Excuses, Excuses: A cheater will have to make time for a new fling, and possibly unusual times. But you can bet your bottom dollar there will be an excuse.
2. “Working” Late: All of a sudden, there’s a shift in work schedules. Your significant other is spending much more time out late at night.
3. Guarded on the Phone: If your significant other is stepping out of the room (or even out of the home) to take calls, something is awry in your relationship. There should not be a frequent number of conversations that you can’t be present for.
4. Spending Habits: If the two of you are generally on a fixed income, and money starts going missing or less of that income is spent on you, the balance may be spent on someone else.
5. Changes in your Sex Life: Not many have the energy to keeping up with multiple sexual partners. Pay attention if your significant other seems less interested in engaging in sexual activity with you. They may be seeking it elsewhere.
6. Personal Grooming: Take note of drastic changes in personal grooming habits, especially if your partner goes from a sweats-all-the-time wardrobe to a sudden interest in looking good before he or she leaves your home.
7. Internet Habits: Is your significant other spending an alarming amount of time online? With the endless outlets available to communicate online, striking up a new fling is effortless today.
8. New Email Addresses: Have you found your partner’s new email addresses, that you had no idea even existed? Big red flag.
9. Argumentative: It is not normal for someone to continuously pick fights with you over totally insignificant subjects.
10. The Painfully Obvious: Clear-cut evidence of cheating, lipstick on shirts, foreign cologne/perfume, hickies, even the scent of tobacco (especially if they don’t smoke).
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Dating Coach, David Wygant of YourTango.com talks about how friendships turn into affairs in this article posted on Huffington Post Divorce;
In my 15 years of coaching, women have come to me over and over again with the same problem: Falling for a married man. The story always begins the same way: “There’s this guy… he’s so great. We connect in every way and he makes my heart flutter like a schoolgirl. I know, I know. He’s married. But we’ve only gone on a couple of innocent dates…”
Then, the guy makes his move.
From the beginning, he tells you what a great friend you are — and how nice it is to finally meet someone he can talk to. You eat it up, thinking to yourself, “Yes, talking. That’s all we’re doing…”
Then suddenly things change. He seems different. Before you know it, he makes his move. He springs it upon you ever so slyly, making you feel special; making you feel unique. He’ll say things like, “Wow, my wife just doesn’t listen to me like you do.” Or, “She just doesn’t understand me. And it’s really nice to be with a woman that does.”
He’ll tell you this over a glass of Tempranillo as he looks longingly into your eyes, sweetly brushing a stray hair from your face. It’s kryptonite for the nurturing woman. And it kind of sounds like a date. A date with a married man.
Sure, on the surface, he looks like the all-American dad. On the surface, he looks like a great husband. He tells everybody that it’s okay his marriage isn’t passionate. He’s grown so much as an individual he thinks he doesn’t need wild, fulfilling sex anymore. He’d rather have somebody that’s a great mother than someone with great passion because “passion dies.”
He’s convinced himself of this.
We don’t want to speak to the potential other woman like Mr. Wygant is in this article. We want to speak to you, the potential victim of infidelity, and show you how a simple “friendship” may cross over into an affair.
1. Begins with an emotional affair. It may start as business and he’ll defend it by saying, “It’s just a business lunch/dinner,” or “We deserve a harmless happy hour after a long week.”
2. Progression to “innocent” flirting. Example: He’ll send texts telling her he read something reminding him of her.
3. He will tell you about his “friendship”. Speaking freely about this friendship will help him justify it, to you and him.
Whether they want to admit it or not, these men are looking for an affair; emotional or physical, or both.
If you think a friendship or work relationship that your significant other is engaged in has the potential to cross over into affair territory, or maybe it already has, contact the staff at ICU Investigations to get the proof and peace of mind you deserve.
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Bob Tomes of YourTango.com gives us a male perspective on why men cheat based on his life and conversations he’s had with other men.
What are they really looking for?
- Emotional connection. Once the honeymoon stage is over (complete with struggles, fights, ups and downs, etc.), for some, it may be hard to get back to that lovey-dovey, emotional connection that couples once shared. When meeting someone new, those struggles aren’t present and they are encountered by a new, exciting relationship that ignites an emotional response.
- Appreciation. He’s not getting positive affirmations and appreciation at home? It starts to get old. Someone else may be willing to appreciate his hard work if he’s not getting it at home.
- Intimacy. According to Tomes, “Men want a partner who will listen, who will volunteer information about their own lives and discoveries and someone who smiles and excitedly shares their hopes and dreams.” After being together for a decent amount of time and life becomes centered inward instead of experiencing what’s on the outside, men have the tendency to get, well, bored. “We’re married, I know everything about you.”
- Feeling wanted. Everyone wants to feels wanted. A man wants to feel like a man. According to Tomes, “As life moves along, a man can often feel like his contribution is taken for granted and who he is, as opposed to what he can provide, becomes less important. In a new relationship, suddenly he matters again.”
- Sex. The elephant in the room. Besides the obvious physical needs, sex provides a man with numbers 1 through 4 (emotional connection, appreciation, intimacy, feeling wanted).