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    Facebook Divorce

    By on December 21, 2009

    A quick survey by an online divorce service in the UK has shown that Facebook the online social networking site is a cause of divorce.

    Among the findings (which aren't very scientific) they found 1 in 5 people blamed the social networking site.

    The most common reason, inappropriate contact and messages between people outside the relationship.

    It is common for people to look-up previous partners and re-establish contact and thereby creating all kinds of new problems in their current relationship.

    A change to the personal status can also trigger problems as found here,

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/jan/31/facebook-sex-divorce

    And just to complete this laundry list of scandalous divorces see this article by Salon magazine.

    Couples are broadcasting their breakups online while friends -- and lawyers! -- watch in amazement and horror

    Which can be found here,

    https://www.salon.com/2009/09/29/facebook_divorce_2/

    So it might pay for you to keep an eye on your spouse and their Facebook account.

    You never know who might be looking to re-establish contact with them "out of the blue".

    • Michael James