is a two-part article on the grave consequences of
adultery. In the first part, I discussed the
impact of adultery on workplace and the overall
In this part, I am going to talk about the dangerous
results on children and family life at home.
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- Breaks up
- Causes children to look inwardly rather than have an understanding of the truth.
- Robs children of financial resources.
- Looks good for the moment but shatters even the best relationships.
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affairs do no good)
- Results in sale of primary home.
- Closes out bank accounts and ends
- Increases business for the legal community.
- Generates clients for therapists, social workers, law enforcement
- and the health services community.
- Stimulates a sense of distrust for family - now and in the future.
- Occurs in secret.
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- Generates revenues for hotels, motels and lodges.
- Scars a good reputation.
- Limits one’s ability to be trusted.
- Taxes family
- Family members are directly affected and have little control over the situation.
- Is expensive, dishonest, deceptive and deceitful behavior.
- Affects neighbors whose choices become avoidance, defense, or rationalization.
- Is the most deadly of behavior a child can experience.
- Often a learned behavior.
- Surviving adultery is a lifetime event.
stress, emotional upheavals, bitterness, resentment and destruction.
- Marriages consummated in adultery rarely survive.
- Offers little positive rewards for marriages.
- Complicates children’s
- Scars children for life.
- Deprives children of a sense of
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© Bill Mitchell, Seven-Day Detective 2005
Bill Mitchell, Seven-Day Detective, is an internationally renowned author who is recognized for his practical, solution-based investigative strategies to marriages facing infidelity. As a recognized expert on infidelity and
child custody, Bill Mitchell appears regularly as a guest expert on TV and national talk shows including Dr. Phil, Today Show, and The Early Show. He has been interviewed by numerous publications including Chicago Tribune, Esquire, Ladies Home Journal Online, and PI Magazine.
Bill Mitchell is the author of 2 books including Adultery: Facing Its Reality and The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship (Eagle’s Nest Publications, LLC 2004).
Bill Mitchell is a licensed private investigator in South Carolina. He was formerly licensed in
New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland and District of Columbia. He a wide range of investigative experience, including work in corporate fraud, civil and criminal investigations, insurance fraud, domestic relations, child custody, physical security, government facilities security, guard force management, background investigations, computer forensics, lie detection (Psychological Stress Evaluator) and missing persons. His education includes training by the Department of Defense, Dektor Counterintelligence, New Jersey State
Police, and various insurance claims organizations. Bill Mitchell is a member of National Association of Investigative Specialists, Alliance of Investigators and Security Specialists, and Piedmont Claims Association.
Bill Mitchell received a Bachelors Psychology from Mt. St. Mary’s University. He lives in Greenville, South Carolina with his wife and three daughters and a son.