Personally do you consider online flirtation to be infidelity or cheating? Do you consider it to be a harmless pastime or do you consider it a threat to your relationship? Times certainly are changing and our attitudes have to change along with the times. Fifteen years ago we did not have these kinds of questions but today we do.
A recent survey of divorce attorneys claimed that the online social network phenomenon known as Face book is involved in 20% of divorces. If these Dharamshala escort agency statistics are true we have something serious to consider.
It would appear that with a social network like Facebook people can reconnect with old friends and lovers and possibly begin an online flirtation with a past lover and rekindle that romance. Another common threat is that a familiarity and attraction can develop with work or social acquaintances that become members of the same social network. Innocent flirtation turns into an overwhelming attraction and then to secret rendezvous.
If we consider online flirting to be a potential threat we have to be on the look out for the danger signs. Does your spouse have secret social networking pages you don’t know about? Could they even have a secret personal ad? Do they spend a lot of time online chatting with friends of the opposite sex?
If you answered yes you may be vulnerable to the threat of online flirting or infidelity. You could become part of that 20% statistic the divorce lawyers warn about. If you suspect your relationship could be a victim to online infidelity you should take some steps to investigate the possibility your spouse is getting too friendly online.
There are many ways for you to check up on your spouse if you feel they may be flirting too much online. You can try to steal their password or hack into their computer or Facebook account. But remember these activities are illegal and you may wind up in big trouble. You may want to just hire an expert to trace their email address back to any secret social networking accounts like Facebook or even locate secret personal ads. Some investigators can even locate memberships on porn sites and escort services. Remember if you wind up as one of the 20% of Facebook cases in divorce court having a professional report from a private investigator could come in handy.
But what you shouldn’t do is just sit in the dark and pretend nothing is going on and that you’re relationship is immune to the dangers that social networks have brought into our homes and relationships.