Password-Protected Digital Devices Someone having online affairs or reaching out to strangers for cyber sex will keep email and cell phones protected with passwords and pin numbers.You, even as a spouse, will not have access to these passwords.So, by now, you're probably wondering if your spouse could get tangled in an online affair (or more than one).
If you are a friend, do you know all your spouse's contacts?
Even if you don't know them all personally, do you know how your spouse knows them?
After all, the Internet and other technology, such as cell phones, provide easy access to willing partners and immediate gratification.
And without actual sex (or even necessarily the option of ever meeting face to face), online cheaters convince themselves that what they're doing is not cheating.
Truthfully, many of us are addicted to our phones and computers, and some of us are using them more for work and less for pleasure or in innocent ways (to get our favorite recipes, chat with our family and friends - not the kind with benefits - and keep tabs on current events).4.
Leaving a Paper (or Digital) Trail Look at your monthly cell phone bills and the browser history on your computer.
The Internet history can tell you something about the pages your spouse - and anyone else who has used the computer - has been visiting.5.
Weird Behavior One telling sign of any affair is a change in your spouse's behavior.
In an ironic twist, technology - meant to keep us more connected - has made our love relationships more complicated than ever.
Online cheating - having virtual affairs that include sexting, racy exchanges of photos or emails, and flirtations on social networks without necessarily moving onto a physical affair - is yet another way spouses can betray one another.
These are telling signs of whether your spouse is embroiled in online cheating or Internet pornography.