How to Keep Your Affair a Secret
Never put anything in writing or on tape. So this means, no letters, cards, e-mail, voice mail, videos, photos or anything else that becomes a permanent record. It could be found by someone else either during the affair or afterwards.
If you send text messages by mobile phone, always ensure you delete them once read.
Again, on your mobile, store your lovers phone number as someone else's name (perhaps an unknown colleague from work).
Never go out together in public, always meet privately.
If you have to be together in public places, such as whilst you are together at work, make sure that people do not recognise the chemistry between you both.
Never involve other people in keeping the secret or covering for the affair.
Be very careful of the types of gifts you give the married person, they should always be something he/she would reasonably buy for themselves.
Be careful about wearing aftershaves, perfumes or makeup that will leave traces on your lover.
Never telephone the marital home.
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30% Of online relationships evolve into real-world affairs. A staggering nine out of ten women in relationships flirt with other men on a regular basis.
Studies find that more than one in five men do have an affair, at least once in their lives, and that women are now about as likely as men to cross the line.
In a survey 98 percent of men and 80 percent of women surveyed reported having a sexual fantasy about someone other than their partner at least once in the previous two months. Bet it's higher!
The chance of a married woman having an affair is highest within the first five years and falls off gradually with time. Men have two high-risk phases, one during the first five years of marriage and, the second, after the 20th year.