Thursday, February 16, 2012

Saturday, February 11, 2012

Signs of a Cheating Spouse

February 08, 2012 by PInow Staff Business Tools
What do private investigators say are the most common signs of a cheating spouse?
When you suspect infidelity in your relationship it can be difficult to determine whether or not your suspicions are valid and if so, what to do next. At PInow, we surveyed our network of trusted infidelity investigators to find out what, in their experience, are the common indications of infidelity in a relationship. The following graphic displays the six major signs of a cheating spouse, what to expect in an infidelity investigation and other statistics on infidelity and marriage.
And the 6 common signs of a cheating spouse are ...
1. Changes in Intimacy
2. Suspicious Phone Habits
3. Changes in Appearance

4. Suspicious Internet Use
5. Changes in Work Routine
6. Changes in Bathing Habits
Infidelity investigations can cost anywhere from $500 to $5,000 and last anywhere from 4 hours to 6 months. Most investigators said their investigations verify infidelity 75-100% of the time. Other statistics show that when spouses cheat, 55% of the time it's the husband while 45% of the time it's the wife. 30-60% of married people will cheat on their spouse according to a range that compensates for dishonesty among study participants. Marriage statistics were provided by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, Indiana University, Business Week, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. If you have further questions or are concerned that your spouse may be cheating, contact a PInow investigator in your area.
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Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Legislative Ramrod

The Utah Legislature and Gov. Gary Herbert hit a new low passing HB 477. I've not read one constituent post in favor of the bill. Yet, here we are. It appears that our Utah government has become a supremacy in and of itself, despite the desires of the citizens it was voted to represent. The will of the government now takes precedent over the will of the people.

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Imagine a World Without Books

As an author, I've considered writing a book about a world without books. Would there be schools? Would there be cars, telephones, computers, or wars? Would there be romance and marriage? Would we have become a species similar to sheep? What would this world look like without books?

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Is Jake Barkley Me?

People who have read my book, The Murder Gene say that the primary protagonist, Jake Barkley reminds them of me. Jake is the saddest man on the face of the planet, because his dear wife died from breast cancer. Folks, my wife has endured cancer three times including breast cancer. She is alive and amazing. Sandy is my hero.

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Thank You

Recently I spoke to a woman who read my book, The Murder Gene. She told me it was one of the best books she ever read. She said she couldn't put the book down. She said she was sad that the book ended. Sometimes, thank you is not enough.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Time to think

I read a lot of hate coming from some of my friends and neighbors and wonder what world they live in. People put down this great nation because of failures that happened one and two centuries ago. What happened with the negroes before and after the civil war were horrible injustices. What happened with Native Americans as the far reaches of this country were being settled was truly atrocious. That said, it's time that we forget the past and band together and exert ourselves to improve tomorrow. Let the past centuries fill the pages of our history books while we strive to color the pages of future generations. Love your country and hope that we have all learned lessons from the past.