According to KrebsOnSecurity
“Large caches of data stolen from [a major] online cheating site [ed. note. I have redacted the name of the site so as to not participate in the promotion of their “work”] have been posted online by an individual or group that claims to have completely compromised the company’s user databases, financial records and other proprietary information. The still-unfolding leak could be quite damaging to some 37 million users of the hookup service, whose slogan is ‘Life is short. Have an affair.'”
This is actually the second such site to have been hacked in the last several months. Millions of people and marriage could be affected by the release of member’s information. The existence of such websites is incredibly sad. Please pray for those who have been caught up in the temptation to take advantage of the “services” these sites offer. May God grant them the grace they need to heal their personal and marital wounds. As I note in When Divorce is NOT An Option: How to Heal Your Marriage and Nurture Lasting Love, the good news is that research consistently shows that those who seek appropriate, professional help in recovering from infidelity, often are able to heal their marriages and report better and stronger relationships moving forward. Couples who try to go it alone tend to not do quite so well–often getting stuck in a place where the tension is constant but never openly discussed. The point is that healing is possible, even for serious infidelity, if you seek appropriate, professional, marriage-friendly guidance.
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