According to Divorce Mag, only 46 percent of men think that having online affairs is classified as infidelity.If you're concerned that your spouse might have an Internet dating profile, use common sense to discover the truth for yourself.
Sort through all of the results to see if you find your spouse's picture on the websites on your list.Search for specific details such as your husband's age, height, weight and location to see if you can locate his profile.Most likely he's not using his real name, but, if he does have a profile, he might not hide these other details about himself. Observe at what times your husband uses his computer, especially when he uses it away from you, perhaps late at night.Open up Google and type in everything you know about the person in keyword format; for example, "sarah los angeles writer tech." Even if you only know their first name, keywords related to their job, marital status, location and school will likely bring up social networks or other identifiable results.If no social networks pop up in your initial Google search, you may need to go into the social networks themselves.
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