Start Pakistian dating matrimonial site 2016

Pakistian dating matrimonial site 2016

But, over the course of an entire relationship, the chances of infidelity may rise to as much as 25%.

Researchers Blow & Harnett (2005) took a comprehensive look at prevalence of infidelity and concluded that in any given year the likelihood of a relationship suffering from an affair is low – probably less than a 6 percent chance.

In a research finding particularly relevant to couples therapists, Glass and Wright (1988) looked specifically at the population of couples seeking therapy and reported that 50-65% of them initiated therapy as result of an infidelity. conducted a meta-analysis of 50 studies and reported that 34% of men and 24% of women have engaged in extramarital activities.

A review of ethnographic accounts from 16 societies found that infidelity was the most common cause of marital dissolution (Frederick et al., 2007).

Statistics from 2004 indicate that the highest percentage of divorces – as much as 27% – in the US are caused by extramarital affairs.

A study conducted on a population-based sample of married women found that the annual prevalence of infidelity was much smaller on the basis of face-to-face interview (1.08%) than on the computer-assisted self-interview (6.13%) (Whisman & Snyder, 2007).

The authors assert that, in any given year, the actual likelihood of a relationship being harmed by an infidelity is low – probably less than a 6% chance.

But detailed analysis of the data from 1991 to 2006 shows surprising shifts.

University of Washington researchers have found that the rate of lifetime infidelity for men over 60 increased to 28% in 2006 from 20% in 1991.

How do couples accomplish this in the face of the heartbreaking destructive force of infidelity, the ultimate relationship betrayal?

How do we as therapists guide them through this daunting and challenging process?

That is what we will share with you in this course.