Within hours there were men literally lining up at our door.The men who turned up in our investigation included a New York City firefighter and a man with a history of mental illness and a criminal record.We turn to our laptops, tablets and cellphones for the kind of attention, stimulation and intimacy we crave. Divorce rates are increasing, infidelity stats are rising and social media is increasingly to blame; Facebook, as an example, is reportedly being cited in over 30% of divorce cases as the cause of the breakup.
When we feel restless and dissatisfied with our relationships, instead of working on it, we become addicted to our electronic gadgets.
They offer us the kind of instant gratification and validation that's not always easy to get from our partners.
If that's the case, it's time to take a serious, hard look at what's really going on and fix it.
The cost of an affair -- be it cyber, emotional or physical -- can be devastating to a relationship.
It's never too late to turn things around, even if you've already crossed a line (or if your partner has).
All it takes is a sincere willingness to open up, be honest, and learn to love, respect and treat each other as good friends again.
If you've answered "yes" to any of the above, blaring alarms should be ringing in your head, because you have definitely slid down the slippery slope of emotional sex and into cheating.
If this is indeed the case, you need to deal with the truth of what's really going on, .
Here's an excerpt of what we found: Steve, 35, thinks he's got a hot date with a 14-year-old girl.
Instead he'll be meeting Dateline NBC correspondent Chris Hansen. I haven’t told him yet that I'm a television reporter and at this point he has no idea he's being videotaped. " Steve: "Exactly what's going on." Hansen: "Take your hands out of your pockets…
· Sending or receiving flirtatious or sexy emails, texts, photos or videos? · Feeling cold when it comes to having sex with your partner?