Could He/She be
Cheating?
Relationships.
Cheating, and Infidelity
Danine Manette
Ultimate Betrayal
Does he have some new activity that occurs on the same night every week, and to which
you are not invited?

Has she started wanting to do alone things that the two of you used to do together?    

Does he return home smelling cleaner than he did when he left? Or, conversely, does he
jump into the  shower immediately after walking through the front door?

Has he suddenly begun wanting to do his own laundry?

Are you no longer permitted to open her mail?

Is he experiencing a sudden, unexplained interest in getting in shape, going to the gym, or
changing his hair and general appearance?

Has he begun washing his car more frequently?

Has he started leaving his cellular telephone or pager in his car at night?

Is her cellular telephone address book or call log locked?

Does he hang up the telephone or switch computer screens as soon as you walk into the
room?

Does she constantly check her voice mail or E-mail messages?

Do you get an inordinate number of hang-ups or "wrong numbers" on your telephone?

Does he constantly erase the telephone numbers on his caller-Id box or otherwise
sabotage your ability to access the last telephone number dialed?

Does she call you at work, or when you’re away to see when you’ll be home or what you’re
doing, but doesn’t seem really interested in having a conversation with you?

Has he begun to pick petty fights with you, after which he storms storm out of the house,
remaining gone for extended periods of time?

Do you suddenly find the need to adjust the passenger seat in his car every time you get
in?

Is he extremely suspicious of you, or does he often accuse you of cheating on him for no
apparent reason?  


This is a partial list of signs which might indicate a cheating spouse or
partner. If you answered “yes” to more than a handful of these questions,
you might already be in serious trouble. Although there may be valid,
legitimate reasons for your mate to have exhibited some of these
behaviors, you should still make an effort to recognize and note them as
they occur. View the complete list of signs, and get help uncovering the
truth with:

Ultimate Betrayal: Recognizing, Uncovering and Dealing with Infidelity.
One of the first steps in determining the likelihood that your mate is being unfaithful is to focus on their patterns and potential signs of infidelity.
Note whether or not they have begun to exhibit behaviors that are inconsistent with their previous routine, yet may have become more frequent in
nature.

For example, ask yourself:
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