When dealing with a situation as sensitive as whether your husband is checking out other women online, it's important to remember that as of yet there's no bad news -- at least not in terms of infidelity on the Web. There are some steps you can take to determine whether your husband has established any Internet dating profiles.
But be aware that investigating your husband's Internet habits could damage the trust between you if it turns out he is innocent.
This way of thinking often extend to users believing that it's not a big deal to be identified as single when in fact they are separated, or even going as far as not revealing that they are a parent when they have children at home.
Then go to his computer and see what he's looking at.
Click the "Back" button to see what previous websites he's visited.
If he's been using that time to access his dating profile, you'll find it. Go to his computer when he's not around it and open his Web browser, which might be Internet Explorer, Firefox or Chrome, and click on "History" in the menu bar.
Three years ago, at 50, he had a classic midlife crisis (his words): new 'boy band' hairdo, jive lessons ( without me), going to the gym, trendy clothes, a second mobile - and online dating.
He went to counselling alone, refused to go as a couple, and I believe he wanted to end the marriage. I was so frightened I did all I could to cling on, as I know he was close to leaving for good.