Wednesday, 6 February 2019

The St. Valentine of the infidels


Valentine's Day, celebrated annually on February 14, is related to the universal concept of affectivity and love. From the popular point of view, this festival is interpreted as an opportunity to celebrate love and affection. At present, Valentine's Day is also known as the day of love and friendship.



The association of Valentine's Day with the lovers began during the Medieval Age, with a tradition in which in mid-February, young women wrote their names and put them in a box so that the single men could later pick them. In this way couples were formed that if they fell in love they could get married.

However, we all know that fairy tales do not exist and love comes as fast as it goes. Many times there are no third parties involved in the matter, but it is not always the case. In many cases the suspicions begin because one of the couple's members arrives late from work, says to be in a place and is not, or has a different behavior. All those little red signs are enough to destroy marriages and end relationships.

The truth is that it is especially during the time of St. Valentine that the infidels make more mistakes and the more suspicious try to catch the lie. Be it for unusual expenses or purchase of gifts that never receive, it is actually on this date that the work of the private detective most achieved when dealing with cases of infidelity, as many hire these professionals to follow, watch and catch on the act the possible traitors.

The work of the private investigator is to help his client to confirm or deny the suspicions, doubts and possibility of being the object of deception, in order to settle the instability in social and couple relationships. However, during the date of Valentine's Day, the detectives are seen with arms given to the infidels since lately they also hire them. Due to the evolution of technology, it increased the ease of anyone trying to spy on the partner with all kinds of equipment. Those who commit infidelity fear the possibility that they have planted listeners to catch them in their adulteries, whether at home, in the car or at work. So, detectives are called many times to intervene to detect possible eavesdropping devices, having to make complete electronic sweeps.


Valentine's Day is well marked in the calendar of many markets around the world, including private detectives, who may be the perfect help to discover infidels or know if the infidels were discovered.


Sindia Alves and A. Oliver
Anthropologist and Detective
of Oliver Detectives

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