Divorces From Social Media Sites Like Facebook on the Rise
Facebook has become one of the most popular social networking sites used by individuals all over the globe. Facebook is a great host for people who want to connect with friends, meet new people or even do business with. However, Facebook is also associated with a lot of relationship issues such as breakups and third-parties.
Statistics from illicitencounters.com and other legal studies show that divorce and Facebook are significantly correlated with increased flirting and illicit online affairs. In a study conducted by a law firm, out of 5,436 divorce cases a total of up to 1,087 cases cited that illicit affairs started with the social networking site Facebook.
The Facebook networking site offers great communication features such as instant chat capabilities and easy friend adding system. One can virtually meet new people from the site all over the world. Facebook is also an avenue for meeting Ex-boyfriends or Ex-girlfriends where passion is likely to be rekindled due to their meeting on Facebook.
People flirt on Facebook generally by going online and trying to chat with people to make friends and eventually see each other for a date. Cheating occurs on Facebook all the time as you can see how engaged and even married guys view and flirt through comments on other women’s wall or pictures. A recent study has in fact shown that 60% of surveyed individuals find Facebook photos a good evidence for divorce cases.
The cheating behavior starts with a simple poke, a simple message, wall post, like sign and even an add request. Cheating on Facebook can be simply done, based on the story of one of my friends. People constantly find each other on Facebook and chances of getting attracted to other people’s profiles significantly increase. Thus lots of men and women find suitable undercover lovers in Facebook where they can communicate behind their partner’s back.
Through codes and passwords in Facebook, both cheating parties can hide their actions from their partners. Beware when your partner suddenly stays too long at school, at work or becomes mysteriously busy without verifiable explanation. Also check out the Facebook account of your partner regularly and watch out for hidden messages that may be posted on his wall or picture comments because this might give you a clue.