Is My Spouse Cheating?

March 5, 2013 by Janelle Coulton  
Published in Marriage

Things to watch out for if you think your husband or wife is cheating on you.

Determining if your spouse is cheating on you can be tricky. You want to be sure about this. Some experts have found that the chance of adultery is high in a lot of marriages. More than fifty percent of couples experience infidelity at one time in their marriage.

The signs that your spouse may be cheating come in many forms and there might be a good reason behind any signs you see that something is different with your spouse. It is important to rule out other factors before coming to the conclusion that you are being cheated on. Usually an unfaithful partner will leave many clues when he or she is being unfaithful.

One sign could be that your partner is not at home as much. It is important to determine the reason for this before jumping to the wrong conclusion. Is there something going on at work that requires your spouse to be at home less or perhaps it is family related. He or she may simply want a little more space to hang out with friends; we all need a time-out sometimes.

Is your partner less romantic with you? Are you having less sex? Is your partner less affectionate towards you or have they stopped complimenting you. While this could be a sign, there could be a number of reasons for this too. Your marriage may simply be starting to stagnate simply due to life being too busy, and a little attention may be what’s needed.

Catching your partner out in a lie or several lies could be a sign and this is indeed a sign that something is up. If your partner is lying to you then you need to find out why, and the direct approach is usually the only way here. Having said that, it is important that you do not accuse him unless you are sure or have proof. If your partner is cheating; they will usually lie to cover it up. Having the knowledge to read whether someone is lying is something that comes instinctively. Many of us know when something isn’t right.

Looking at the evidence will tell you a lot, but if however after evaluating these signs you are not sure, then it is best to wait it out. Accusing someone who is innocent is never a good idea.

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