Monday, July 26, 2010

Studies Reveal Rate Of Infidelity Growing

Infidelity…it’s a disease for which there seems to be neither cause nor remedy. And with the number of extramarital affairs growing at an alarming rate, Michigan investigative services such as Lakeside Investigations often work around the clock to help alleviate emotional pain for the victimized spouse.

Statistics vary for the rate of infidelity that is taking place due to the amount of secrecy involved. But one thing that’s certain is more and more people are admitting to adulterous affairs than in the past.

According to one study, 22 percent of married men and 14 percent of married women admitted to straying during their marriage. Other studies show much higher percentages in recent years, even up to 55 percent or greater for men.

Studies also show that 70 percent of women and 54 percent of men did not know that the extramarital affair was taking place. This is why Chris Charow of Lakeside Investigations in St. Clair Shores, Michigan believes his services are needful in today’s society.

“With statistics showing more occurrences of infidelity than ever and the number of online affairs growing as well, a suspecting husband or wife should have a trustworthy private investigator to help verify their suspicions or alleviate their fears. It’s a much safer option than trying to investigate, on their own,” says Charow, who is the Lead Investigator and Director of Operations for Lakeside Investigations.

Is adultery a symptom of our society? Unfortunately, many TV shows portray infidelity as having no consequences. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Infidelity hurts real people and destroys the lives of all involved, including children and other family members.


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