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Social Cheating: A Look at Social Media's Influence on Infidelity

Social Cheating A Look at Social Media's Influence on Infidelity There are many factors that can adversely affect a marriage and lead to a DIVORCE. However, you might be These sites have been surprised to learn that a growing number of beneficial in connecting people from all over the divorces in the United world, but these States are being affected and even caused by interactions may not always be innocent. social networks. IN THIS INFOGRAPHIC, YOU’LL LEARN WHO IS CHEATING THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA AND JUST HOW MANY LAWYERS ARE NOW FACING THIS CHALLENGE IN COURT. Social Media in the Courtroom 81% of members from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers reported using or confronting information pulled from Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, and various other social networking sites. [1] 81% Of this evidence: 66% 15% 5% from Facebook from Myspace from Twitter 27% of wives use electronic information during a divorce case as opposed to only 5% of husbands. 5) Some circumstances include: [1] A mother denies smoking marijuana, yet she posts pictures of herself on Facebook partying and smoking. Someone's husband logs onto, declares he is single, and without children. At the same time he is fighting for custody for the child he claims does not exist. A husband denies in court that he has anger management issues, though on Facebook in his "write something about yourself" section he writes "If you have the nerve to get in my face, l'll kick you into submission." Who Cheats? B] 1 in 5 adults use Facebook for flirting. ] 23% of men cheat. 19% of women cheat. Men with performance Women who are not anxiety or are more sexually satisfied tend easily aroused are more to cheat more. likely to cheat. Unemployed men 47% of females who lose their virginity before the age of 16 are are more likely to be the cause of a split up. more likely to divorce within 10 years of being maried. fO Top facebook Evidence Used in Divorce Court B] Messages to a member of the opposite sex that are Friends on Facebook reporting a spouse's promiscuous activity. deemed inappropriate. Both spouses viciously attacking each other via comments on Facebook. Ways to Protect Yourself During a Divorce 4 Think before you post. Don't comment around Facebook about how much of a terrible person your ex is or your personal feelings about them. This could only make things worse. Separate your social circles. Keep your circle of friends separate where possible. Anything could be incriminating and it's best to steer clear of this situation. Don't turn on your location-based services. Some social networks track your location and this could get you into some big trouble if you are noted attending some less than reputable establishments. Avoid a Social Network Divorce 161 Reconnect without doing something you'll regret. Keep the person you talk to online at a distance emotionally, especially if he or she is an ex. Sometimes, it's easier to remember the good times of a former relationship and forget the bad. Don't have secrets with your spouse. Sometimes if you reconnect with someone and become emotionally attached, you might find yourself sharing more with him or her than your significant other. Keep your social network friends at arm's length. Maintain a relationship with people you can keep fully plutonic. Don't overstep your boundaries. facelv ok Don't hesitate to shut it all down. If your Facebook account becomes too much of a burden, you can always delete your account. You have the ultimate say-so when it comes to controlling your life and your marriage. Conclusion While social media can be a fun place to reconnect with old friends and keep up with new and current ones, it can also play a deadly role in a marriage. With so many people online and connecting in new ways, it's hard to predict just how far this problem will go before it's routed. Brought to you by: Itotal divorce Sources [1]ž200nlinežz2oEvidence.pdf [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

Social Cheating: A Look at Social Media's Influence on Infidelity

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There are many factors that can adversely affect a marriage and lead to a divorce. However, you might be surprised to learn that a growing number of divorces in the United States are being affected an...


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