|Date: February 19, 2009
As the annual Valentines Day holiday slowly passes this year, many people ask me the same question.
Does the Michigan private investigation business see an increase in infidelity cases after February 14th?
The answer is…Yes. Over the years as a licensed Michigan private investigation company, Eye Spy Detective Agency has definitely seen a rise in spousal surveillance or “cheating” cases as the holiday rounds the corner. What are the causes of this? Well, I believe there are several factors.
First, as we progress into March, people start to get into the spring mentality. They are preparing for warmer weather, and more outdoor activities. The “family” time of the Christmas holiday has passed and people are more concerned about the upcoming summer fun. Because of this, people start to feel free to do as they wish. They feel a sense of release from the confines of the responsibilities during Christmas. Those that are more prone to stray, tend to distance themselves from their mate. This is when the lies and deceit begin.
Next, cheaters in Michigan seem to gravitate towards outdoor activities during their encounters. Things such as boating, camping, outdoor sporting events, etc. usually play a role in these types of cases. So essentially, the warmer weather creates an environment that harbors cheating in those that are susceptible to this type of behavior. This in turn leads to a greater influx of cheating spouse cases in Michigan during this time.
Finally, I have to point out that even though there is an increase in Michigan spousal surveillance cases after the Valentines Day holiday, this does not necessarily mean that more people are becoming cheaters during this time. It simply means that those that were going to cheat had simply ceased to do so while they were in the “family” mode during the Christmas season. They have now decided to restart what was the inevitable.
So, the question has now been answered. Next time you wonder if spousal surveillance in Michigan increases after the Valentines Day holiday, you will be correct in assuming that it does.