When something at home doesn’t work as expected only very few can resist the temptation to look for old infatuations or the first love. An indication that this estimated number appears to be growing in leaps and bounds is demonstrated by the fact that it has already been the cause for the development of a lucrative business model: We are already aware of specialized computer companies earning their keep at cracking the password of a Facebook- (or other social network) account! Cyber affairs are a frequently underrated threat to relationships – the standard excuse of those caught red handed is hapless John’s already quoted as: “Nothing really happened! Although it may be correct that no real (physical) cheating took place; after everything is said and done, a virtual betrayal is even more damaging to the partnership.In those cases for many the question “what could have been, if . In most cases, customers are partners who became leery and now want to catch their dearest at clandestine amorous activities on these platforms . People who are involved in a Cyber affair begin to increasingly withdraw from their real partner.Back then Keenan stated to the newspaper “Daily Telegraph” “The most frequent cause appears to be people inappropriately chatting about sex with folks with whom they should rather not do that.” Other countries are following.
Other online-overtures are also busy creating the illusion of a maximal availability of never-ending supplies of alternative partners and in that way secretly, clandestinely and through the back door undermine actual relationships.
The boundaries of space and time have been removed.
In real life a secret affair between someone from Hamburg and someone from Munich would involve an incredible logistic effort – not so in virtual space.
A tempting opportunity to thumb one’s nose at every day’s stress.
My husband is more interested in the super bowl than in me and has once again forgotten to bring the soda along?