Find Out if He’s Cheating On You

Find Out if He’s Cheating On You

Playing Detective – Is he cheating on you?

Women’s instincts are usually pretty good.  If you think that your man is cheating on you, you may have reason to believe that – and you might be right.  However, although you may have good intuition about these things, the only way to know for sure (not like he’s going to admit it if you ask him) is to do a little detective work and find out for certain.  Here are some tips to finding out if your man really is cheating on you:

  1. Act Dumb

If you suspect your man is cheating – don’t let him know.  If you’re constantly asking him questions that show you’re suspicious, his guard will go up and he will be extremely focused on ensuring he never slips up on anything he says. If he thinks that you are clueless, that you still have complete trust in him, you may be able to find out more information.  He may not delete the phone messages right away, or perhaps he will say something that contradicts himself.  Until you have solid proof, act like nothing is out of the ordinary.

  1. Don’t Check His Email

Or rather – DO check his email – but only if he wasn’t the one to give you his password.  If your man has voluntarily given up his email passwords to you, it’s quite obvious he won’t be emailing anyone (from that account) that you shouldn’t know about.  If you don’t have the password, try to catch him while he’s typing it in.  It may take a few tries to figure it out, but once you’ve got it, you’ve got access to his private emails.  Just remember – if you see anything else in there you may not like (ie. Some porn site he is a member of that you think is disgusting) – you’re breaking his trust by going into his email in the first place.  Make sure you’re ready for the consequences of what you’re doing.

 

  1. Listen

The easiest way to catch your man in a lie is to be a really good listener.  Make note of the details he tells you about where he was.  Feign interest in what he was doing by asking questions.  Remember what he says.  In a few days, ask him similar questions about that same event.  Major details of an event shouldn’t change – so if he give you different answers today – something is up.  Look for some evidence of him being where he said.

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