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"I'm just capturing back some of those butterflies we feel when we're young and start flirting and dating.""The No.1 complaint from men was lack of sex in the marriage," Mileham said.She told me: "When I started this as a career, men were more concerned with getting laid. She believes that women are leaning into this hooking-up thing.Now it seems that there is a shift toward commitment." Could this be because men are making less money and women more? She insists: "Women finally own their sexual power, and they are driving the current 'hookup culture' that brings satisfaction without guilt, but at the expense of intimacy." The New York Times recently intimated that this might be the case, but I just assumed this was the Times on one of its lifestyle binges.
Twenty-six of the 86 study participants went on to meet the person whom they had been engaged in an online relationship with, and of these, all but two ended up having a real-life affair.
Other research has shown, however, that most spouses feel as betrayed, angry and hurt by online infidelity as they would if skin-to-skin adultery had taken place, she said.
The UF study found an escalating quality to these online contacts.
One 66-year-old man ended up having 13 affairs this way, she said.
Research shows that more males than females use chat rooms, said Mileham, who found it difficult to get women to respond to her survey.She told me: "Nearly 75 percent of my male clients seek my help with the goal of a quality relationship rather than a hookup, which is surprising." Surprising?