Marriages Doomed by Cyber Romance
So what is Internet infidelity really all about? The following
article includes some eye opening information about infidelity--info
you can use, not just the old stuff they used to tell you.
Internet affairs have replaced the office romance as a main cause
of marriage break-ups. Throughout Australia, a growing number of
cyber cheats are abandoning their spouses to pursue romances forged
Marriage counsellors say they are seeing more relationships shattered
by secret cyber love trysts than ever, while lawyers report a rise
in Internet-related divorces caused by infidelity.
New research shows that half of the people who find romance on
the Internet are already in a relationship at the time, with some
making multiple connections.
David Schletzer, a Melbourne family lawyer with more than 30 years'
experience, says he has seen dozens of marriage break-ups caused
by Internet infidelity.
"All too often, it's more of a common cause than office relationships
used to be. It's becoming more and more popular," he says.
"I had a situation the other day where my client, allegedly
while his marriage was breaking down, decided to advertise himself
online as being single with no children, and somehow his wife sprung
"But that's only part of the problem from a matrimonial perspective.
We've had situations where one party has found true love on the
Internet and wants to go and live overseas or interstate taking
with them the children, and that's a further complication."
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Simone Buzwell, a clinical psychologist and co-author of the study
Finding Love Online, interviewed more than 1000 people about their
online habits and found that half of those who had found romance
online were in a relationship at the time.
Caroline Counsel, an accredited family law specialist who runs
her own practice, says Internet affairs can break up an already
unhappy marriage but they also have a darker side.
"It can be anything from somebody putting a big toe in the
water outside the marriage to see if the grass is in fact greener
on the other side, to quite explicit nasty sexual practices with
cameras on computers while their beloved is tucked up in bed in
the room next door," she says. "But often when they meet
someone on the Internet, the marriage is already doomed anyway."
Rosalie Pattenden, senior counsellor with Relationships Australia,
has seen many marriages end because of Internet infidelity. "Over
the past five years, it's been an increasing presentation for us,"
she says. "Many of these people are in very happy relationships
but they meet someone online, they think it's just a chat room,
just a friendship, and it gradually develops into something that
becomes an affair and a betrayal."
Hang on because this is just the beginning of the Internet infidelity
storm that is about to explode. Do not let it take you by surprise.
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