Recent infidelity statistics suggest that in over ⅓ of marriages, one or both partners admit to cheating.We hope you’ll never end up with directly experiencing these infidelity statistics, but sometimes, it pays to understand the cold hard numbers - if only so you know where you stand.Just as technology lets people send flowers to a loved one from across the globe, technology also facilitates affairs, making them easier to hide than ever before.
As many as 36% of men and women say that they've had an affair with someone they work with.
Somewhat surprisingly, 17% admit to having an affair with a sister-in-law or brother-in-law.
Sometimes it seems to be caused by sexual dissatisfaction or incompatibility.
Many men and women pursue extra-marital relationships because they want to enhance their sex lives.
For example, if someone is carrying on a text-based emotional affair with a person they met online, does that count as cheating? As technology advances, the lines become increasingly blurred.