Would you like to read what other clients say about us first?Read testimonials on our Relationship Coaching/Advice site.One subject who was unfaithful online wrote in the anonymous online survey: “I tried to stop but neither of us could, it would start again and since (sic) so easy, with all the technology we carry around it was an amazingly comforting and sexy thing to have.With long working hours an online relationship is like fast food, ready when we are, naughty, cheap, very often eaten alone without the exhaustion of social niceties.’ The ability to take on another persona online was also cited as a reason technology made infidelity easier.I don't want to waste my time with that kind of nonsense!How can I pursue online dating but be sure that I won't be fooled by a serial cheater?
My ex-husband is inherently a very shy man, but online he is able to act much more confidently and attract the attention of other women.
People who have been cheated on by someone they are in a committed relationship with think the internet has made infidelity easier - and addictive.
That's according to psychology academics at The Open University, who have found that the internet has made relationships more like fast food - naughty, cheap and very often enjoyed alone without the exhaustion of social niceties.
I strongly believe he would not have had so many affairs without the internet.” Elaborating further on their research, Dr Vossler states, “What our research has revealed is that men and women do see internet infidelity differently.
But it is not just a gender divide – what is experienced as infidelity online can vary from person to person.
Of course, it can be difficult to tell when you’ve passed that line from “causal dating” to “exclusive relationship”.