from the cheating-and-snooping dept
For some reason articles like this depress me. I know this stuff happens, but I guess I don’t want to believe it’s prevelant enough to merit a whole article. Apparently, I’m wrong. Lots of people cheat on their spouses, and use the internet as a tool to do so. Now, some of those spouses are fighting back with snooping software. The article discusses both the infidelity and the snooping software (which is quite popular). It then gets into a discussion of whether or not cyber-flirting can be considered cheating. Whatever happened to good old-fashioned faithfulness? I guess that’s too boring.
Comments on “Online Infidelity”
My husband (soon to be ex) started talking on the chat rooms. That soon became boring and he moved to cyber sex in the chat rooms. When he actually had a physical affair, I left. Since then, he has graduated to video cyber sex. This is a major problem. Online or physical — cheating is cheating.