Cheating by the numbers...

One of the unpleasant truths most married individuals are blissfully ignorant of is the surprisingly high occurrence of infidelity & extramarital affairs.

According to a study by Joan D. Atwood & Limor Schwartz, published in 2002, by the Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 45-55% of married women and 50-60% of married men engage in extramarital sex at some time or another during their relationship. If that is not alarming enough, another study puts the average nonpaternity rate at above 3.3%, or in other words, 33 children in every thousand are not fathered by the man everybody thinks they are...


The past two decades has made infidelity more accessible than ever mostly because of the ascent of two majorly disruptive technologies: online social networks and mobile phones.


Up to 90% of marital affairs may include the use of a mobile phone or email as a preferred means for communication.


Good news is that technology can also be used to detect & reveal infidelity.