When we enter into a relationship, we don’t think about a cheating spouse or how we would catch a cheating spouse if we had one. The possibility that our spouse will cheat is rarely considered, much less what we would do if cheating occurs. If you are a spouse who suspects your partner might be having an affair, wants to find out if he/she is telling the truth or has a need to discover details of the affair, I recommend that you try to find out the truth.
However, it is rarely that easy since the motto of any cheating spouse is “deny, deny, deny.” One of the most revealing thoughts is whether the unfaithful partner considered the consequences of getting involved or only of getting caught. Despite such risk cheating continues to exist. These measures will help catch a cheating spouse.
Cheating Spouses and Partners
Fact: Eighty-two percent of unfaithful partners have had an affair with someone who was, at first, just a friend.
Fact: The truth is that the unfaithful partner may be the one who is not giving enough and not the other way around. Keeping an affair a secret only causes the unfaithful partner to have feelings of deep guilt that will seriously hurt the relationship.
Fact: Cheating spouses begin to appear distant and irritable.
Fact: Cheating partners suddenly develop uncharacteristic interests, for example, a man who typically spends Sunday watching football suddenly wants to attend a gallery exhibit or participate in an outdoor cultural event.
Fact: Cyber-sex and cheating on the internet is the fastest growing form of cheating today.
Fact: Cheating strikes at the very foundation of a relationship. Trust, vulnerability, and attraction all hang in the balance after a partner has stepped outside the relationship. Fact: Some Good News: Cheating is a breach of trust that should never happen, but some couples find a silver lining of renewed commitment and vitality in their relationship moving forward, even though cheating is reckless behavior and those engaging in it just aren’t thinking about their future.
What to do About it?
Are you tired of wondering if your spouse or lover is cheating. If you are reading this, there's a good chance you think your spouse might be cheating. Not knowing if your spouse or partner is cheating on you or not is equally as painful as knowing the truth. Take this into consideration: your spouse may be telling you that you are crazy to think he/she is sleeping with someone else. This is a terrible situation for you to be in and it is equally bad for your spouse. Cheaters and those involved in infidelity expend a great deal of energy keeping their affair hidden. Unfortunately, once someone seriously suspects infidelity, more often than not, their suspicions are correct.
If you are going to bed frustrated and aching while your spouse stays up late on the Internet doing "research for work", then you need to find out the truth. Or if they show any of the other signs of infidelity like strange phone calls, late nights at work, or a sudden change in mood (either better or worse). Remember, you can't change your unfaithful partner but you can make a change within yourself. You can find out the truth. There are self-help guides available that will let you know for sure, whether or not you have a cheating spouse and what you can do to catch them. Once confronted with the facts, the truth can be revealed. Only then can the healing begin.
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Dean Novosat writes about relationship problems and what to do if you suspect your spouse is cheating. Find out more and how you can catch a cheat at http://www.cheatcatch.info.