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How Valentineís Day Gifts Can Expose a Cheating Husband

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If you have the nagging feeling that your husband may be
having an affair, this is the ideal time to confirm what you
suspect. The Valentineís Day gifts he gives or receives can
provide you with tangible proof of his infidelity.

If your husband has a lover heís certain to buy her a
Valentineís Day gift; whether he receives one in return or
not. This could prove to be his undoing. An observant
wife can find some solid evidence this time of year if she
knows what to look for and where to look.

A husband can sometimes get away with giving his wife a card
and a hastily purchased box of chocolates. But tradition
demands that on Valentineís Day, he gives his mistress a
special gift. No self-respecting man would try to impress
his girlfriend with a cheap token of his affection. If he
wants to remain in her good graces (and in her bed) he has
to buy her a decent gift.

It goes without saying that gifts cost money. Even if your
husband has been siphoning off small sums for several weeks
or months, youíll find evidence of his spending somewhere.
If he doesnít pay in cash heíll have to use his credit card.
But thereís always a paper trail.

Have there been any suspicious withdrawals from your bank
accounts? Check the time period shortly before or after
Valentineís Day. Were there any unexplained ATM withdrawals
around this time?

Check your credit card statements for the month of February,
and the latter part of January too. Look for charges made
at jewelry stores, womenís specialty stores, or boutiques,
florists, day spas, restaurants and the like. Scrutinize
any charges made on February 14th.

Check his wallet, his pockets, his backpack, his briefcase
for charge slips or store receipts. If you find evidence of
gift items you didnít personally receive, it should raise a
red flag in your mind. Since your husband didnít give these
gifts to you, who did he give them to?

Check various places in and around your home for hidden
gifts -- under the bed, in the back of a file cabinet or
dresser drawer, on the back of the closet floor, or on a
seldom used shelf.

Donít forget to search the car too. Look underneath the
seat, in the trunk, in the glove compartment and in the tire
well.

If you find a hidden gift, donít jump to conclusions unless
itís obvious the gift is not for you (too large, too small,
a color or style that he knows you wouldnít wear, or has
another womanís name attached).

If Valentineís Day passes and you havenít received the
hidden gift (but it's now gone), then itís obvious that he
gave it to someone else. Make it your business to find out
who.

Shortly before Valentineís Day, Carol found a box in her
husbandís sock drawer containing a diamond and sapphire
ring. She said nothing because she didnít want to spoil
the surprise. But on Valentineís Day Jim gave Carol a dozen
long stem roses and a gift certificate for a day of
pampering at her favorite day spa. The next day Carol
searched high and low but the ring box could not be found.
She spent several sleepless nights trying to figure out what
had become of the ring. Three weeks later Carol dropped by
Jimís office to meet him for lunch. One of his co-workers
was wearing a ring similar to the one in the box. It didnít
take Carol long to find out Jim and this woman were having
an affair.

Laura found a gift box containing a sexy negligee in the
trunk of her husband's car. He tried to pass it off as a
gift he purchased for her but the gown was several sizes too
small. No amount of persuasion on his part could convince
Laura the salesclerk put the wrong size in the box by
mistake. Especially since she had already found other
telltale signs of a possible affair.

Be suspicious of any unusually expensive gifts your husband
receives this month. Especially if he claims he purchased
the items for himself, but canít produce a receipt.

Likewise, warning bells should sound if your husband
receives gifts of an extremely personal nature, in February
or at any other time. No woman other than yourself should
be giving your husband six pairs of silk boxer shorts --
unless itís his mother or his sister. (And even then, you
should check to make sure.)

Take notice if your husband is missing for several hours on
February 14th. Be wary if he invents excuses to come home
late, or to run an errand later on, on Valentineís night.
These could be additional telltale signs.

If you suspect your husband of cheating, Valentineís Day
gifts could provide the missing pieces of the infidelity
puzzle. Especially if there have been other telltale signs
in the previous weeks or months. It may be time to have a
serious talk with your husband. If heís cheatingScience Articles, you
donít want to be the last one to know. Find out whatís
going on before itís too late.

© Ruth Houston 2004

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Ruth Houston is the author of IS HE CHEATING ON YOU? Ė
829 TELLTALE SIGNS. For more information about the book or
about cheating men visit http://www.IsHeCheatingOnYou.com
To sign up for the free Infidelity Newsletter send an e-mail to
CheatingSigns@aol.com.



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