According to a major research study conducted by the Internet Research Institute at Oxford University, 44% of spouses check the private messages and texts of their partners behind their back. No only this, there is a 65% chance that if a husband is reading his wife's messages, she is also reading his. This clearly shows that there are many couples out there who spy on each other due to lack of trust, in hopes of finding evidence of an affair. However, an affair isn’t the only reason for the rising rate of divorce.
As of 2012, 9% of the people in New Jersey were divorced while only 52% were married. According to a national survey, “lack of commitment” (73%) was the major reason behind divorce, followed by too much arguing (56%), infidelity (55%), marrying too young (46%) and abuse (29%). Since, people gave more than one reason, the percentages add up to more than 100%.
Marriage is probably one of the biggest decisions of our lives and it is better to be sure about your partner rather than having to go through a messy divorce a few years later. Plus, what if you get stuck with having to pay alimony too?
There can be many reasons for a lack of trust in a relationship. One might feel that their fiancé has been involved in some criminal activity, drug abuse, domestic violence or has lied to them about his/her income and credit history. Sometimes these doubts do turn out to be right, although not always. This is where hiring an investigating agency can help you achieve peace of mind.
“Getting answers meant Peace of Mind for me,” says Carol, a client of All State Investigation. According to the agency, if a lover is cheating on his/her partner, they always keep their phone by their side, locking it.
About 50% of the men in the US feel that their partner is cheating on them. If you have noticed any of the following, it might be time to take some serious steps:
Decreased sexual interest.
Day dreaming often.
Unavailability while at 'work'.
Leaving the room or house to talk on the phone.
Using the computer secretly.
High readings on the car’s milometer, despite the office being near.
Long duration of calls on the cell phone.
A new e-mail account.
Unexplained receipts in the wallet.
Checking the credit card history and call records can help in a big way but before jumping to any conclusion and spoiling the relationship, it is better to consult an investigating agency to verify your suspicions.