Domestic affairs

Domestic affairs
Domestic affairs

Statistically , 22% of men admitted to cheating, while 14% of women have strayed. In 1/3 marriages, both partners have cheated at one point or another.

Since people who have cheated before are 350% more likely to cheat again, you may be more suspicious than usual if your partner has been unfaithful in the past.

Cheating affairs begin at work (36% admitted to have an affair with a co-worker) but it’s far from the only place people meet extramarital partners. An affair can start at the gym, at a volunteering event but with digital age, the most common place to begin an affair is … online!
There are a lot of websites or mobile applications (see bellow) that help married people have an affair but it is common also a new kind of online cheating , so called “micro-cheating”.

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This involves excessively liking or commenting on someone else’s social media post, obsessively checking for updates, and “cyber stalking” to the point of obsessively thinking about the other person. It is a new form of infidelity that combines an emotional and online affair. Some people are quick to dismiss “micro-cheating,” but others say it sometimes leads to a real affair.

Why affairs happen?

Lack of emotional appreciation is one of the top reason why men cheat, while women are most likely to stray when their partners stops give them attention.

So, do your other half is showing some of the telltale signs like guarding phones and tables, changing in behavior, going missing, “I’m work late today” excuses? Do you have a feeling that your partner may be cheating?

Our experienced and discreet team of investigators will help you get answers. Contact us today!