J.B. has been married less than three years, but already she is bored with her relationship.
She loves her husband and doesn't intend to leave him, she said, but she misses the excitement of dating someone new.
"For me, it's the courting and the excitement of getting to know someone else and what makes them tick," she said.
So J.B. turned to AshleyMadison.com, a controversial online dating service for people in committed relationships -- a social-networking site for cheaters. The former Dallas resident said she is now having an affair with a married Fort Worth man who doesn't intend to leave his wife.
"There is a clear understanding that this is extra," said J.B., who agreed to talk on the condition of anonymity. "We are completely on the same page."
And while J.B.'s infidelity might be appalling to some, she has plenty of company in the Lone Star State.
More than 355,000 people in Texas are members of AshleyMadison's infidelity service, 108,000 of whom are women. And in the past year, the number of female newlyweds who have signed up has skyrocketed. In Fort Worth, for example, female newlywed sign-ups have surged from 216 in April 2009 to 605 in April of this year.
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