Internet Infidelity Statistics

Has the Internet turned your relationship inside-out? Does it seem that your partner’s entire personality has changed since discovering the Internet? Does your Internet-obsessed partner suddenly demand privacy when using the Internet, ignore once routinely performed household chores, come late to bed every night and never has time for sex? Is your partner less interested in your relationship? A possible cyber-affair may be brewing.

Internet Infidelity

When a husband or wife turns to the adult web sites, social media, dating sites, or sites designed to have an affair — this may be the end of your marriage. The cyberwidow left behind must confront rejection, abandonment, anger, and confusion about what happened and why. You download Dr. Young’s exclusive Internet Infidelity Workbook: A Guide for Rebuilding your Relationship after a Cyber-affair or contact our office for confidential counseling.

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This e-booklet shows couples how easy connections made through the safety of the computer screen undermine intimate relationships at home. The workbook outlines the signs of a cyber-affair and a step-by-step plan to improve communication with a partner who has strayed online. Internet addiction increases the likelihood of virtual adultery, as the table below shows. An addicted loved one is more likely to flirt online, engage in explicit sex talk, masturbate at the computer, or have offline sex with someone met via the Internet, The Infidelity Online Workbook shows couples how to confront these issues in a loving, caring manner.

ONLINE BEHAVIOR NON-ADDICTED ADDICTED
FLIRTING 20% 57%
EXPLICIT SEX TALK 9% 38%
MASTURBATION 12% 37%
ONLINE AFFAIR 14% 42%
PHONE CONTACT 18% 50%
REAL-TIME SEX 13% 31%

Table 1 *data collapsed across males and females of 17,251 respondents.

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