I discovered by accident he had been using a dating site, and in the last two months had been winking and flirting with women on it. And he has made me feel like I’m such an awful person. (That’s why “accident” is in quotes.) But the problem here, is once you procure information in a covert fashion it’s very difficult to do much with it.

I didn’t say anything for a couple of days because I was in shock and wanted to be calm when I discussed it with him. But then he sent me an odd text saying he loves me. Once you tell him how you discovered the information he’ll immediately shut down and feel that you violated the trust of your relationship. However, even though you “accidentally” discovered the information, now that you have it, it trumps any argument he can raise.

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This problem also arises with dating sites: You meet a person through an Internet singles warehouse like my personal fave, Ok Cupid, and he's great …

but maybe one of the million other guys on the site is more awesome?

"One in five marriages are destroyed by the nation's most popular website." So says a press release for a new study from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

What's more, 80 percent of the association's members — all divorce attorneys — also report that they have seen an increase, during the past five years, in the number of couples who cite social networking as a source of tension. I have to wonder if this would have been a little like saying, back in the early days of the T-Model Fords, that 80 percent of divorce lawyers saw an increase in the number of cars used to conduct affairs. Aren't people who cheat going to cheat regardless of whether or not new technology aids and abets them in their nefarious doings? Then again, Facebook helps to create, world-wide, what I might call "The New York City Effect": You realize you have access to tons and tons of people — people whom you might be shagging.

I also like meeting during the day, since it's safer.

Oh, and never meet at a bar or club for your initial meeting; its too loud to talk and there are so many other risks that you don't want to take going that route.6. This is just the two of you meeting for the first time.

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