I also believe that married individuals should not be members of online dating sites for singles, where they are posing as unmarried.In my book, The Perils of Cyber-Dating, one man was wooing women all over the country promising marriage, while he still had a wife at home. Sites such as e Harmony forbid those who are married to join their online dating site.
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With over half of marriages ending in divorce, often those intentions fall by the wayside.I often think that flirting on Facebook could be considered cheating, if the spouse doesn't know that you're chatting with someone from the opposite sex while they're sound asleep at night.