Call it a feeling or gut instinct but you know when something doesn't quite sit right. Of course some would say that kind of talk to be illogical. But all you would like to know is, and it's all you can think of, how to catch a cheater?
Gut instinct is one thing but hard evidence is another. Infidelity is notoriously hard to prove, so before you take any action, be sure of your evidence. But what are the signs to look for? Check out these seven signs of cheating in a relationship.
1. Those that commit infidelity tend to have a guilty conscience, and this usually manifests itself in them accusing you of infidelity.
2. Your partner may for the first time in a while be taking an interest in there own appearance, while this is nothing that immediately points to a case of infidelity, it might be worth keeping an eye on.
3. How to catch a cheater can depend on many or just one factor. Arguments could be that one factor. If your partner appears to be the one who always causes an argument, and for no apparent reason. And then about five minutes later leaves the house. Then you have to ask, where do they go to? It's like they look for an argument just so they can leave the house.
4. The one true fact about a liar, if they want to be good at it, they must have a good memory. Unfortunately for them there lying will catch them out because of a bad memory.
5. Want to know how to catch a cheater? Prolonged periods on line might mean increased emailing activity. If he excludes you from reading his email that should spike your interest, but if the history in your browser is constantly erased then maybe you should ask him why.
6. Where friends are concerned, it can be difficult for them to hide the truth from you. So be vigilant, and watch for those who avert there eyes from you.
7. How to catch a cheater can come in many guises, but one of the most convincing arguments or cases against someone cheating are, hiding a cellphone bill from you and basically acting mysteriously when using a cell phone.
Are any of these seven a case for infidelity? possibly not, but a note of concern should be raised if more than one is becoming all to familiar.