Dating for the married
As Business Insider previously reported, 80% of Tinder users say they're looking for a meaningful relationship - despite the app's reputation as a place to find hookups.
Plus, the more people you're exposed to, the more likely you are to find someone you're compatible with.
But at the same time, I know that if I don't have sex I will be missing out on a very important part of my life.
So the only solution I have been able to come up with is having a secret affair with either a married woman in a similar situation or a single woman who is open-minded and mature enough to be "the other woman".
(That study was funded by e Harmony.com, but one of the study authors told Market Watch that it was overseen by independent statisticians.) Another study, published in the journal Sociological Science in 2017, found that heterosexual couples who met online made a quicker transition to marriage than couples who met offline.The takeaway here isn't that online dating is a panacea for your romantic troubles. But as online dating becomes more prevalent - right now it's the second most common way for heterosexual American couples to meet and the most common way for homosexual American couples to meet - it could have a meaningful impact on the divorce rate, and on overall relationship happiness.Ok, so I know many of the people reading this are going to judge me and HATE me and I'm sorry for offending you, but I am only on here to look for guidance and advice.I am a 40 year-old married white male who has been married to my wife for 12 years (together for 16) and have always been faithful to her but circumstances have forced me to look for a woman on the side. When I first met my wife, she had a voracious appetite for sex and since my drive was also strong we had an amazing sex life right from the beginning of our relationship.Over the course of our marriage, I've seen her interest in sex decline gradually to the point where she doesn't even have an interest anymore.