Plenty of research has been done on how cell phones affect relationships.
Some suggests that they’re a positive influence—that being in easy, intimate touch with a partner through calling and texting makes people happier and more secure in their relationships.
And just as you’ve suspected, mobile technology makes it easier for men to play the game and really get over.
You may not qualify yourself a tech-wizard, but you know how to track down information when you suspect something’s amiss. Read on for 7 apps you don’t want you boyfriend to have.
Between the long call logs, text messages, email and photos on a phone, smartphones can be incredibly incriminating. Black Book Leave it to Blackberry to make the 21st century version of a black book.
Dating a married man is absolutely verboten – at least this was what our mother used to say, but then she was always a religious woman and believed that dating – or just flirting – with someone who is already committed to another is a sin to be ashamed of. “Why bargain your life away with a married man when there are other fish in the ocean?
Fish that are free, that is.” Dating a married man is a tricky affair, because there are as many motives as there are personalities.