When Lovers' Quarrels Go Hi-Tech

For a year, he just didn't seem the same. He wasn't where he said he'd be. He hinted that he was leaving. He said he wanted a break. So, Michelle (who spoke with ABCNews.com on the condition of anonymity) spent $1,500 on a GPS tracking system to test her theory that her husband was having an affair. The technology confirmed Michelle's mounting suspicion: Her husband of 14 years was seeing another woman. "Spying could seem extreme [but] once you get to that point, you already know. It's more...Full Story
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