The voice of the well-spoken fortysomething businessman and father-of-three cracked over the phone as he explained how his wife had betrayed him. It was not an envelope stuffed with grainy photos of some seedy tryst. Instead, he had the very modern and very real equivalent: Their marriage was the latest victim of what I now describe as Generation Swipe. In the past six months, our department has seen an almost 50 per cent increase in enquiries triggered by married people who have caught their spouses browsing dating apps such as Tinder. Glancing over at the tablet, he saw a picture of an attractive man — and on closer inspection he realised that it was a profile on a dating app.
Dear Thelma: My husband is addicted to online dating sites
When You Catch Your Partner in an Online Dating Site - ACW
Miguel Cavazos is a photographer and fitness trainer in Los Angeles who began writing in He has contributed health, fitness and nutrition articles to various online publications, previously editing stand-up comedy and writing script coverage as a celebrity assistant. Cavazos holds a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy and political science from Texas Christian University. Online dating websites offer opportunities for men to connect with other men and women. Dating sites are portable, and men can access the database from any computer with an Internet connection. Many dating sites have mobile applications that enhance opportunities to explore potential relationships.
Why Husbands Go on Dating Sites
But, I was thrilled by the ultimatum given to the company by the hackers, because offering escapades to a married person having marriage trouble is like offering booze to an alcoholic. Some smart men got scared; good! This article is not to proselytize , but to save marriages.
The only problem is that you recently found out that throughout your whole relationship your partner has been on dating websites, swiping here, liking there, favoriting here, and emailing here and there with other people of the opposite sex. This is a very tough predicament for both people in the relationship. The fact of the matter is that the reason is irrelevant.