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Calling it “business” is a shabby excuse for greed.

They are individuals, who you married, for better or worse, who succumbed to rampant temptations (not excusing them).

Believe it or not, online dating has been around for 20 years, and as a result, cybercriminals are finding big money in people looking for love.We suggest that you stick to well-known websites and do some research. Membership to these sites isn’t cheap, so if someone is paying, they are usually more serious about actually finding a relationship.Conduct Internet searches in order to find out how many members are subscribed, read reviews that may include both good and bad experiences from the site. Does the site provide the name of a real person, or at least a phone number to contact if you have questions? Free sites tend to have more members, which equals more choices, but it also means there’s a higher chance of interacting with a scammer on a these sites.But you have to improve your marriage behavior if you want success. The first reaction in your mind, when you make such a harsh threatening discovery is going to be self-protective, accompanied by fear; these are primal.Third, your marriage is not over, unless you choose it to be. You must change your behaviors of thought, feeling, speech, and actions. Reading a book or two, even one of mine, will likely not be enough. When you discover your husband is using online dating sites you will automatically assume the worst, imagining he is following through, and meeting other women. That is probably not happening, but it is not too late for your marriage, even if he is.

Believe it or not, online dating has been around for 20 years, and as a result, cybercriminals are finding big money in people looking for love.

We suggest that you stick to well-known websites and do some research. Membership to these sites isn’t cheap, so if someone is paying, they are usually more serious about actually finding a relationship.

Conduct Internet searches in order to find out how many members are subscribed, read reviews that may include both good and bad experiences from the site. Does the site provide the name of a real person, or at least a phone number to contact if you have questions? Free sites tend to have more members, which equals more choices, but it also means there’s a higher chance of interacting with a scammer on a these sites.

But you have to improve your marriage behavior if you want success. The first reaction in your mind, when you make such a harsh threatening discovery is going to be self-protective, accompanied by fear; these are primal.

Third, your marriage is not over, unless you choose it to be. You must change your behaviors of thought, feeling, speech, and actions. Reading a book or two, even one of mine, will likely not be enough. When you discover your husband is using online dating sites you will automatically assume the worst, imagining he is following through, and meeting other women. That is probably not happening, but it is not too late for your marriage, even if he is.

And if you think that it won’t ever affect you, you’d better think again.