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Apr
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High Infidelity

Polygraph examinations in infidelity casesThe definition of Fidelity: Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support or sexual faithfulness to a spouse or partner. Can a polygraph examination help insure fidelity in a relationship? Absolutely not! What a polygraph examination can do is establish the truth of what is, or is not, really happening in a relationship. Based on that information,  how the relationship proceeds is up to you.

Statistically, It Ain’t Pretty.1

The figures vary depending on what source you get them from, but there is at least a 40% – 60% chance your relationship is suffering from some sort of cheating.

  • 41% of marriages, one or both spouses admit to cheating, either physical or emotional – this number varies, but 4 out of 10 relationships suffer from infidelity!
  • 57% of all men admit to cheating in any relationship they’ve had – nearly 6 out of 10, and these are the ones admitting it!
  • 54% of all women admit to committing infidelity in any relationship they’ve had – over 1 out of 2 wives admit cheating
  • 22% of married men have strayed at least once during their married lives
  • 36% of spouses who admit to having an affair with a co-worker – talk about bringing your work home! 1/3 of all spouses find extracurricular romance at work
  • 35% of men and women who admit to cheating on business trips
  • 31% of marriages that last after an affair has been admitted to or discovered
  • 74% of men who say they would have an affair if they knew they would never get caught – this means 74% are not concerned with being faithful, but the consequences
  • 68% of women who say they would have an affair if they knew they would never get caught – with almost as many women feeling the same way
  • 2 years is the average length of an affair

According to DivorceSupport.About.com, infidelity it is one of the most common problems a married couple will face. Statistics vary on this subject, but it’s widely reported that 60% of men and 40% of women will participate in an extramarital affair at some point during their married life.2

How to tell if your spouse is cheating?

  1. Your relationship is too important to just go with your “gut” feeling. But that is a good place to start. The human subconscious picks up small ‘tells’ when something is not quite right. If your ‘feeling’ is that something is off, you should try to learn more.
  2. Is there a change in behaviors on your spouse’s part?
  3. When you attempt to discuss your suspicions, your spouse shuts you down.
  4. Your spouse has become distant
  5. He/she is working longer hours
  6. Your sex life has died off.
  7. Check your finances. If there are a large number of unexplained charges, this may be a sign.

Don’t make accusations you can’t back-up!

Don’t confuse the Warning Signs with Proof.

  1. Ask your spouse to talk about it. Have a frank, open discussion that allows them to be honest with you.
  2. Ask your spouse to submit to a lie detector test. If they refuse, this is a bad sign. People with nothing to hide are rarely afraid to have it proven. In fact, just the opposite, they prefer to have themselves vindicated.
  3. In the Carolinas, call The Polygraph Examiner at (800) 497-9305. In other states, refer to the American Polygraph Association for referrals.

Infidelity Statistics

Via: OnlineSchools.org

If you would like to discuss the professional services of a polygraph examiner, please contact The Polygraph Examiner at 1-800-497-9305.

  1. Source: Associated Press, Journal of Marital and Family Therapy   Date Verified: 2.8.2012 []
  2. http://divorcesupport.about.com/od/cheatinganddivorce/p/infidelitydivor.htm []