Are you thinking you need to hire an expert in infidelity investigations? Whether you and your spouse have been together 10-years or 10-months, just the thought that your significant other may be involved in an affair is a painful one. Infidelity is something that, for many couples, is unforgivable, irrespective of who committed the act. And seeing as we’re in the Anno Domini era, and thankfully not having to abide by the 17th-century generation humiliation of wearing the dreaded “Scarlet Letter” – well, at least for women, while it hurts just the same, there are more subtle ways of dealing and coping with unfaithfulness.
Therapist and Relationship Expert, Peggy Vaughan, became well known in 1980, when she and her husband, James Vaughan, publicly shared their story of overcoming infidelity on the American Phil Donahue Show and in her book, “Beyond Affairs.” Her research suggests that approximately 60% of men and 40% of women will cheat at least once in their marriage. Despite the prevalence of cheating, 70% of married women and 54% of married men do not know about their spouse’s infidelity.
Similarly, according to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, national surveys indicate that 15% of women and 25% of men have experienced intercourse outside of their long-term relationship. And, by including emotional and sexual intimacies without intercourse, these percentages increase by 20%.
Behaviors of a cheating spouse
- Avoids eye contact with you
- Shows an increased disinterest in the topic of sex
- Talks continually about the unknowns of the future
- Acts unusually guilty when you do something nice for him/her
- Makes excuses for not spending time alone with you
- Stops saying, “I love you” and even acts rudely to you
- Quits complimenting you on your physical attractiveness
- Suspicious phone, email (electronic) habits
- Starts buying you gifts to ease his or her guilt
- Changes in appearance and/or personal hygiene
Unfortunately, infidelity may be one of the most emotionally traumatic and stressful situation someone can experience. If you’re suspicious your spouse may be having an extramarital affair, there are many ways to uncover the truth, including through hiring a trained, experienced investigator. If you want to find solid evidence for use in court, or don’t wish to get involved in a sensitive situation, the use of such services during a dauntingly disheartening time is an effective alternative.
To discuss spouse’s cheating activities or to learn more about Ash Investigations full range of investigative services; including infidelity investigations. Call Ash Investigations today (281) 578-0135 to receive a no-cost, confidential consultation 24-hours a day with one of our licensed Private Investigators about your infidelity check needs. With 45-year of experience, we can put your mind at ease. Let our experience work for you.