In my own relationships, I tend to see the early warning signs very quickly and can adapt and adjust.
As time goes on, the more western society takes a sledgehammer to the traditional family model.
The figures were compiled by Illicit Encounters, the UK's largest dating website for married people and those in long-term relationships.
The site has seen a 40 per cent surge in registrations in the last five years because many couples simply cannot afford to divorce due economic pressures and ever-rising house prices.
It seems that the commuter town offers more than convenient access to the M4 - it's the cheating capital of the UK with 1,316 people having affairs, according to a new survey.
While those living by the seaside in Bournemouth, Dorset, are the most faithful partners thanks to its high number of elderly residents.
The website has empowered everybody to go out and find what they’re looking for in some sense. Has Illicit Encounters had any unlikely success stories?
One of my favourites is when a guy in his late 70s joined the site, he was recently widowed and he wanted to find a dance partner. We’ve got people joining the site whose partner knows about it. This guy had a serious car accident and said he didn't expect his wife to go the rest of her life without sex, so to go off and find someone. Is the website contributing to high rates of divorce?
I’d be more than happy if people did not have affairs and I had to get a new job, but unfortunately that’s not the way the world works.
If you live in wealthy Maidenhead, Berkshire, you might want to think about moving house.
Recently my inbox looked like this: 'You know what they say about men with big feet? 'Over a third of people said they had or had considered cheating on their partner.' The emails came from Illicit Encounters, a dating website aimed at married people who desire affairs with other married people. Tabloids have been telling us that the sanctity of marriage (whatever that sanctity is) has been in crisis for decades now.
Then the more bleak emails poured in: 'More than one in ten people agreed that allowing their partner to have an affair would make their relationship stronger'.
There’s still so much pressure to get married quite young and to form that relationship quite young.