What are the primary signs of infidelity and how do I protect myself?
- October 28th, 2012
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Often times, we find ourselves in situations where we feel like our partner is never in the same room with us. We feel disconnected; as if our backs are turned from one another. These feelings can be hurtful in a relationship and you may not know why it’s happening. While it is true that sometimes these problems are from within the marriage, they may also come from an external source.
If you are suspicious that your partner might be cheating, you need to understand a couple of things. For starters, try to not to act suspicious and paranoid yourself. Once you have that in mind, contact an Investigative agency. Initial consultations are often free of charge. Next, hire a Private Investigator to help you make the right decision based on the right evidence. You don’t want to make the wrong decision based on a hunch.
But what if you don’t know if that person is cheating? Here are some of the red flags that most cheating partners develop during their cheating ways.
Sexual Desire Deteriorates
Unless your partner has some sort of super power, they can only have so much sex. At the same time, if you feel like your sex life is abnormally slowing down, the chances are that it’s coming from another source.
Friends Are Acting Strange
Pay close attention to how their friends react towards you. Often, a cheaters caught up in the “romance” or “thrill” can’t keep a secret. They like to hint or even tell those close to them about their “other” partner. While their friends will more than likely remain loyal, they will still feel remorse and guilt that they are keeping a secret from you. Behavior changes might be noticeable when they are around you.
New and Strange Cell Phone Habits
If you notice that your partner’s cell phone habits begin to change, you might want to pay close attention to how much they are changing. If you notice that your partner gets overly protective of the phone, gets nervous when texting, or even has an abnormal increase in “business” calls, it may be cause for you to be alarmed.
Traveling or Gone Too Much
If your partner is disappearing, traveling, or unavailable to the point wherein you are starting to wonder; then he could be cheating. Does you partner leave for more than a few hours a day without an explanation as to where or what he or she was doing? Do the excuses get stranger and stranger? Are there more business trips than usual, with nothing to show for them?
Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater
If your partner has done it before, then he or she is definitely capable of doing it again. Cheating is a self-serving act in which the cheater doesn’t take his significant other into consideration. If someone is upfront with you that there has been mistakes in the past, maybe give them a chance — but make it a long probationary period before you let your guard down.
Your Gut Tells You So
Don’t ignore what your sixth sense is telling you. If something doesn’t feel “right”, don’t jump to conclusions, seek help or evidence, good or bad.