10 Signs Your Man is Cheating on You
Be the “Nancy Drew” in your relationship if you suspect your man of cheating. Check the signs.
Have you been having sneaking suspicions? Daunting Doubts? If you’ve watched any “Maury” at all, you’ve seen enough stories to know that the woman asking for a lie detector test already has more than enough information to suspect her man of cheating/leading a double life/dressing as a clown. Do you have to go to the extreme of hooking up your honey to a machine? Heck no! If you are a smart, capable and intelligent woman, you already have all the tools you need to sniff out the truth. All you have to do is open your eyes to the following signs:
Black becomes White
A sure sign of a problem is when your man was a talker and then turns into a deaf-mute (or vice-versa). This is one of the very first signs to look for. Only the truly insane can carry on a double life. Normal people (even cheating men); find it difficult to lie on demand. So, instead of telling you about his day (like he used to do), he clams up for fear of revealing too much. The guy who never said anything suddenly starts giving up all sorts of information to “screen” his other activities. Beware any sudden or inexplicable shift in your man’s personality.
Men are creatures of their own habits. You don’t need for your man to disappear for days at a time to suspect something. However, missing hours, longer than average times to do a task (three hours to get milk from the store, an hour to fill up the tank, etc.) are another sure sign.
See, what had happen was…
This one is in close company with number two. Your man disappears but when he returns, he’s got some outlandish tale of intrigue that caused him to be late. Sometimes these tales aren’t obvious, such as, “Honey, I was kidnapped by gypsies!”, but they still stretch the imagination. The way you can tell is from your own experience and the frequency in which you have to hear you man’s tall tale. If he never told you such fanciful tales before, but know goes out of his way to explain now, watch out.
The hunted becomes the hunter…
This is a classic technique that: deflect guilt by accusing someone else. Some of the higher level of the man animal employs this technique. Why defend yourself if you can make someone else feel guilty? I have fallen for this myself. The trick is to not deviate from what the original discussion/argument/Battle-Royal was all about. He will employ all the tricks at his disposal to deflect you. Remaining focused is the key; no matter what he tries.