New Survey by Affair Recovery Finds Betrayed Spouse Experiences More Social Shame than Unfaithful Spouse

Social Shame Survey Released in Wake of Recent Data Dump of Hacked Infidelity Promotion Website

Social Shame Survey Results with over 2,000 respondents finds betrayed spouses after infidelity experience more social shame than their unfaithful partners. Surviving infidelity is possible. There is hope. Visit www.affairrecovery.com to learn more. (Graphic: Business Wire)

AUSTIN, Texas--()--Affair Recovery LLC, a leader in offering personalized support for those healing after infidelity, today released new survey results in the wake of recent data dump of the hacked discrete affair website finds that 61 percent of betrayed spouses experienced more social shame than their unfaithful partner. Additionally, the majority of unfaithful spouses agreed with this sentiment, with 70 percent of respondents conceding betrayed spouses feel the most social shame.

The survey of over 2,000 respondents also revealed that 84% of betrayed spouses reported their honor could be restored by their mate committing to and participating in long term recovery work. A majority of couples who completed AffairRecovery.com’s courses as part of recovery ultimately ended up happier, with 72% being happily married one year later.

“In the wake of the recent infidelity data breach, we’re concerned about the devastation affected couples will experience,” said founder of AffairRecovery.com, Rick Reynolds, LCSW. “Unfortunately this event sheds light on the role that technology plays in promoting anonymous transgressions. Recent data from our participants revealed the long-term effect on the betrayed spouse is even more detrimental than we originally envisioned. Providing these couples with proper resources and tools to give them an opportunity to heal is essential. It would be tragic for families if they knew of no other option but divorce.”

AffairRecovery.com, founded in 2007, recently launched a new, free online tool that teaches the fundamentals of healing after infidelity. Since its launch in November 2014, over 4,500 participants have joined Affair Recovery’s First Steps Bootcamp for Surviving Infidelity to accomplish clear, achievable goals for individual and marital growth. Participation is free and the bootcamp is seven days long.

Interested participants can find more information here: https://www.affairrecovery.com/surviving-infidelity/first-steps-bootcamp

About AffairRecovery.com:

AffairRecovery.com, creator of the free Affair Analyzer, is an Austin-based company with international focus and reach, specializing in restoring life to those who have felt the devastation of infidelity. Through research-validated, spiritually-grounded programs, AffairRecovery.com offers online and in-person hope, support and pathways for redeeming the losses created by infidelity, betrayal, and sexual addiction. To learn more, visit www.AffairRecovery.com.

Contacts

Affair Recovery
Andrew Crump, CEO, 512-879-6317
andrew@hope-now.com

Release Summary

Affair Recovery releases new survey that finds betrayed spouse experiences more social shame than unfaithful spouse. Try the free online bootcamp for surviving infidelity to heal after betrayal.

Contacts

Affair Recovery
Andrew Crump, CEO, 512-879-6317
andrew@hope-now.com