By Julie Garrison
Special to DadsDivorce.com
If you’ve read a divorce article in the past year there’s a good chance you’ve heard of the harm social networks can wreak in your divorce.
In fact, DadsDivorce.com founder Joseph Cordell just had an article appear on HuffingtonPost.com about how "Social Media Represents Minefield In Divorce Landscape."
But Facebook and other social networking sites are not the cause of divorce, even though they are widely used to gain evidence. In fact, if Facebook plays a part in the demise of a marriage, it was probably on the rocks long before the spouses logged on to the computer.
Technology doesn’t make people engage in infidelity. People can do that on their own. But technology does help those people inclined to commit infidelity.
It’s not fair to blame Facebook or Internet dating sites because they are just the vehicle – not the driver.