Dating service infidelity assessment
Never mind sophisticated hackers and nation-state cybercriminals: Suspicions concerning this week’s hack of a dating service that encourages infidelity suggests all it may take to destroy a corporation (and the lives of potentially millions of customers) is a disgruntled IT guy.
In light of the apparent compromise of Ashley Madison, a site whose slogan is “Life is short.
If the hackers were taking aim at ALM’s supposed unwillingness to delete user records upon request, Mr.
They made a beeline for each other every morning, and their chats became more and more personal. “If they don’t, it’s easy enough to say to yourself that you’re not doing anything wrong.” The problem, she says, is the attachment to this other person impacts the marriage.
“I definitely talked to him about things I didn’t talk to my husband about, including my husband, because my marriage was so unhappy,” René says. “Ultimately it ends painfully one way or another: Your marriage ends, or you’ve got to give this person up.” René’s marriage eventually ended in divorce, but this doesn’t have to happen to you.
” She adds, “It's better to speak up and bring the conflict into the open than confide secretly in someone else.” Instead of playing the blame game, identify contributing factors on both sides.
If you want to save your marriage, the earlier you deal with problems, the better, Saltz says.