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Spouse Having a Discreet Affair? Find Out How to Leave No Stone Unturned

Sherry L Harris

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Are you worried that your spouse might be cheating on you? If you are, chances are you are losing sleep and sanity over it. You don't want to seem jealous or paranoid, but you still want to know. If you are in this position, there are many signs to look for that point to a cheating spouse.

Here are a few of them.

1) Note changes in *** preference - This is a tough one, because almost any change in *** preference can be a sign of cheating. They can have more interest in sex, less interest, be more aggressive or want to try new things. Although these things can support your theory, don't accuse your spouse of cheating solely based on a change in *** preference.

2) Use your technology - If hiring a private investigator sounds a little extreme, you're in luck. In today's information age, there are many resources available for you to do a little investigating of your own. If you notice an odd number of calls or texts from an unknown number on your spouse's phone, reverse phone lookup is what you need. There are many websites that provide this service. A free search will allow you to see where the number is from, and a small fee will give you the person's name and sometimes their address.

3) Note strange disappearances - If a spouse is cheating, they will most likely need a reason for their time spent with the other man or woman. Some people blame this on working overtime. If this is the case, check your spouse's paychecks to see if they have been compensated for this “overtime". Another red flag is if they suddenly become engrossed in a new hobby. If it's an activity you could watch or join, ask them if you can tag along.

4) Try to read them - Chances are you know your spouse pretty well. When you ask them about where they've been, use this knowledge to see if it appears that they are lying. However, if you have already convinced yourself of the worst, this won't work and you'll just see what you expect to see. The same applies if you are in denial. Try to approach it from an entirely objective standpoint.

Amongst all the stress and worry, remember to take care of yourself. Be sure to get eight full hours of sleep every night and eat right, or you'll just end up driving yourself even more crazy and feeling worse than you already do.

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