According to a report in the in 2008, the General Social Survey conducted by the University of Chicago shows that 10 percent of spouses—12 percent of men and 7 percent of women—admit to having cheated just within the past year.
Anyone dubious of their spouse's faithfulness should be aware that the technology gadgets they use every day may harbor information on what they’ve been up to.
Before crawling through their personal information, we advise consulting an attorney to ensure any electronic-eavesdropping or hacking laws aren't violated—if things get ugly, you don’t want that hanging over your head.
And, of course, be prepared to deal with the fallout should your spouse catch you snooping.
Like Diana said back on May 2, keep all that stuff to keep your head on straight, don’t be sucked in by the constant lies and think about your future. We, along with our son,daughter and their spouses, all share the same phone account. I printed the text messages (phone numbers only)his wife had been conversing with for him.
Lo and behold - three thousand texts in one month to a male “friend.” Hard to believe, but she denied it.
I got fed up and left with all the being checked up on and being spied on and told I was lying when I couldn’t have been more faithful. Maybe if all that business is going on your life you might realize you are in the wrong relationship or maybe if you are the cheater you shouldn’t be in a relationship until you are grown up enough to develop some mature coping skills. Is it still wrong to check the email and phone when evidence of infidelity falls into your lap.
When a reciept for an unused plane ticket in the other womans name comes to your house(the billing address of the credit card used.Seriously, he’s not your property, he’s not a child. Lied about still having internet when me our final bill he had been keeping. I never thought after 20 years he would go on not ONE but 8 or 9..maybe more dating sites. After it hits the cell tower, I am probably talking wire fraud or worse. Everything other than that, s/he is free to do or say what s/he wants about/to me. So I would make sure that everything between her/him is on the record. I would save myself the grief and get an attorney before I commit a federal crime… Accessing someone else’s (even a spouse’s) private information without their knowledge is a felony. When I discovered what she was up to the marrige was pretty much over from that point on. That and a few other ill advised activities have been brought up in the divorce procedings.If you can’t bring yourself to treat him like an independent adult, set him free. My husband had been sexting, video camming, using multiple websites, watching porn, had multiple numbers, addresses and even used our 10yr. Do I really want to know what my ex- is doing enough to go to jail for it? Case in point: The January case in Michigan where a husband accessed his wife’s email account because he suspected she was having an affair. My soon to be Ex wife did a lot of the stuff suggested. I discovered what she was up to when I found out someone had run a credit check on me without asking for my permission. If your thinking about doing any of this crap you better be real sure because either way it’s over.What happened to cause a loss of trust in the relationship? But keep in mind there are many relationships that begin with great trust and countines like that for years. Don’t you have any sense of privacy or respect for your spouse? And it’s not a question of whether you are doing something wrong or not, it’s a question of boundaries that every relationship must have! And there are definite consequences if s/he is holding back.So when this changes, and you have so much invested in the relationship, it’s easier said that done to just walk away. All yall talkin about no trust are probably cheating. Did you let him know you had the GPS, and that you had also installed it on YOUR phone so he could find YOU wherever you went? I guarantee there are a lot of people out there who can hack an individual phone.If you use E-ZPass or another toll payment system in your cars, check the online statement. Cheaters are liars to begin with why else would they feel the need to sneak? A person can’t commit adultry and think it is an honest behavior. The one time I broke it I found the texts telling me that he wasn’t where he said he was and how much they liked this and that, I just loved reading about how I was “drama”.