8 Red Flags Of An Internet Affair


A cheating spouse doesn't even need to leave their office chair to carry on an affair. Using the internet to meet, chat, and exchange photos make it easier than ever before to have illicit relationships outside of marriage. Even though these dalliances often start out innocently enough, the relationship can quickly progress to more if both parties are willing. To learn more about the 8 red flags to watch out for with your spouse, read on.

1. Time spent surfing. If your spouse seems to be online more than off, it could mean that another person is monopolizing their time and putting your marriage at risk.

2. Password protection. Everyone knows that password security is important, but if your spouse seems to keep everything password-protected, you may have a cheating spouse on your hands. With the exception, of course, of work-related sites.

3. Moonlight use. If your spouse finds the hours that you are snoozing in bed to be a perfect time to spend hours on the net, then you might consider that insomnia may not be the problem.

4. Nervous behavior. A spouse that reacts to your entering the room with a quick browner closure or closing the laptop up entirely may be hiding more than an embarrassing need to Facebook.

5. Positioned for privacy. If your spouse has rearranged the computer screen to purposely prevent you from viewing it, you might want to ask why the need for hiding.

6. No history. A promptly cleared usage history can be a big red flag. You can normally find a history of web sites visited, dates, and times by accessing the tools menu on your browser.

7. Defensive behavior. A spouse who suddenly seems hostile to questions about their internet usage may be trying to hide an affair. Most healthy relationships can sustain a few probing questions here and there without defensiveness.

8. In plain site. If you can access your spouse's computer, you have major reasons to be concerned if you see:

  • Pornographic or revealing photos of your spouse or others
  • A history filled with dating site visits and private chats
  • Emails from others that seem far too personal

None of the above read flags should be interpreted on their own as being indicative of an internet affair, but if you have noticed any of them you might want to take it as a sign to pay closer attention to your spouse's computer usage. If you are the victim of an internet affair, discuss your marital rights with a divorce attorney.


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