The Truths, Facts and Statistics About cheating & Infidelity

We’ve put together some of the nation’s research to share some of the alarming truth’s behind modern infidelity.

14% of married women & 22% of married men admit to having been unfaithful at least once during their married lives
Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

How do you define cheating? With one-in-seven of all marriages resulting in divorce due to adultery how should we define cheating? In a fast paced world of smart phones, social media and dating apps there is no rarely such thing as a traditional conventional relationship, cheating is no longer contained to an office affair or a drunken night out.

68% of women & 74% of men admit that they would risk having an affair if they knew they would never get caught
Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

HUMP DAY has taken on a whole new meaning ... AshleyMadison.com ... the notorious site for those seeking affair partners surveyed 172,000 of it’s subscribers and has revealed that Wednesday is the most popular day for partners to cheat, more specifically, Wednesdays between 5 and 7pm.

Giving a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘keeping it in the family’, 17% of men and women can admit to infidelity with a brother-in-law or sister-in-law! Yes, shocking.
Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

Rather alarmingly, it is reported that 2.5% of all children born are conceived during an affair and are the product of a man other than the mother’s significant other.
Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

36% of men and women admit to having an affair with a co-worker.  Furthermore, 35% of people admit to infidelity whilst away on business trips
Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy

What to look out for as common signs of a cheating partner -

• Change in level of intimacy towards you
• Change of routine
• Change of appearance
• Suspicious phone habits
• Change in attitude towards you
• Spending longer away from home (leaving early/arriving home late)
• They are not contactable for longer than usual periods of time

 

Women are more likely to carry on an affair for a longer period of time than men, as they tend to seek emotional fulfillment from the extramarital affair, whereas men more often carry out an affair for a shorter time frame and more for physical gratification.

The majority of affairs start in the place of work … 38.8% of women have had an affair with a work colleague in comparison to 30.7% of men.

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