Despite the fact they were married to other people, the man strongly suspected his girlfriend had taken on a third sexual partner. So he asked her to take a polygraph test, better known as a lie detector. The test overwhelmingly confirmed she was lying and was cheating on her husband and her boyfriend — with another boyfriend. The truth came out thanks to polygraph examiner Donna Roberts with Acumen Polygraph Services, who specializes in domestic issues, particularly fidelity. Though she cannot reveal the names of her clients, she can share their stories. An average of 60 percent of people taking the test are being truthful, she says, but the others are "lying out of their teeth. Roberts says some of her clients are engaged couples who want validation that their spouse-to-be is telling the truth about everything ranging from infidelity to criminal history to job aspirations. When women drag men in here and they willingly take the test, it's the men — still — who are usually guilty. Roberts also conducts polygraph tests for a variety of categories, including financial issues, identity and legal reasons. She's presently talking to a potential client whose husband has been accused of improper touching of her daughter, his year-old stepdaughter.
When Trust is lost in a relationship
Relationship Lie Detector Test
I wanted to share with you an interview with Bruce Stevenson, a local and licensed polygraph technician we send many EMS Weekend couples to. I thought it would be beneficial to have him share his thoughts on the use, purpose, and proper administration of the polygraph test. Just the mention of a polygraph test can scare the living daylights out of an unfaithful spouse. Yet, the betrayed spouse also experiences their own fear and terror. What if they, the unfaithful, are lying and can pass it? Are they using tools the military uses to pass it, and are really just lying? How do I know what to trust? Do polygraphs even work? What are the varying types of results and in under what conditions should you consider utilizing one?
When trust is lost in a relationship, it could take years to recover, if ever. In many cases the evidence of adultery is not definitive, so the only way to find out the truth is through an infidelity test from a qualified polygraph examiner. Infidelity Polygraph Tests are used extensively for relationship issues.
The hard part, is being able to prove it. It may not. If you have that gut feeling your partner is cheating or being unfaithful in some way, you are probably right, you need to take action and find out the truth once and for all. Your partner might feel that you are the one who is cheating on them. A lie detector test is a good way you to prove your innocence. In both instances, a simple polygraph test can provide you with definitive answers and settle the matter once and for all.