1. Improved appearance.
If your partner suddenly starts exercising and eating healthier, this could be a sign that he is trying to look more attractive to someone (maybe to you, but maybe to an erotic partner). The same goes for a new haircut and new underwear – especially if the other person looks the same around you, but much better at work or at certain social events.
2. Concealed use of telephone or computer.
Scammers tend to use their phones and computers more often than before and keep them as if their lives depend on it. If your partner’s phone and laptop never required a password before and now they do, this is not a good sign. If your partner suddenly starts deleting texts and clearing their browser history on a daily basis, this is a bad sign.
If your partner never gives up his phone, even taking it to the bathroom when he takes a shower, this is not a good sign. If you ask to check your partner’s phone and he says no, it is also a problem. Honestly, what else could there be – other than information about your unexpected birthday – that they would like to keep secret?
3. Periods when your other person is not available.
If your partner cheats on you, they are less likely to return your calls and messages. You can hear legitimate excuses, as he was in a meeting, he was driving, in a “dead zone” and he did not know that you were trying to contact him. If your partner is not available while working late or on a business trip, this is a bad sign.
4. Significantly more or less varied sex in your relationship.
Both a decrease and an increase in the level of sexual activity in your relationship can be a sign of infidelity. Sex becomes less because your partner is focused on someone else. more sex happens because they try to hide it. Another possible sign of infidelity is that sex between you and your partner seems less emotional. Another possible sign is that your partner is introducing new techniques and activities to your sex life.
5. Your partner is hostile to you and your relationship.
Scammers tend to rationalize their behavior (in their mind). One way to do this is to shift the responsibility to yourself. They tell themselves that you do not look like when you were married or that you are not bold enough in the bedroom or that you do not appreciate all the wonderful things they do for you, so they deserve to look elsewhere. fun. part.
Often, their internal excuses for fraud leak and criticize you and your relationship. If you suddenly feel that everything you do is wrong or that things did not bother your partner before you suddenly started doing it or that you are repulsed, this could be a clear sign of infidelity.
6. Change schedule.
When your significant other, who has never worked late, suddenly has to work late and this is starting to happen more and more often, he may be lying. If your spouse has never been on a business trip and suddenly finds that he or she needs to travel for work, this may be a sign that he or she is leaving for the weekend with his or her mistress / partner. Bursting tires, empty batteries, traffic jams, extra time at the gym, and similar excuses for being late or absent can also signal infidelity.
7. Friends behave uncomfortably around you.
In case of infidelity, you, the devoted companion, are almost always the last to know. Scammers’ friends often know about cheating from the beginning, and your friends will probably know about it long before you do. This knowledge usually makes these people feel uncomfortable near you. His friends may try to avoid you or be very kind to you. Your friends may try to avoid talking about your relationship and may compensate by being overly polite.
8. Unexplained expenses.
If strange payments occur on your partner’s credit cards or on your or your partner’s bank accounts, retirement accounts, investment accounts, etc. suddenly less money is made, this is a possible sign of infidelity. If you ask your partner about these expenses and his answers seem wrong, it may not be true. Infidelity costs: gifts, travel, wine and dinner, hotel rooms, etc.
9. Emotional intimacy is gone.
In a few years no relationship will be as intense as it was in the first months. However, we tend to bond securely over time, learning to trust each other with our secrets, our desires, and other important aspects of our lives. This process is known as creating emotional intimacy. So if your partner suddenly seems less emotionally vulnerable and familiar with you and does not seem to want to be emotionally vulnerable and familiar with him, this is a clear sign that his focus has shifted – most likely to a lover or mistress.
10. When you ask about fraud, your partner avoids answering.
If your spouse is cheating on you, the last thing he or she wants to do is talk to you about it. Therefore, when you bring this topic into a discussion, they may try to avoid it and avoid it. In short, your partner will do everything he can to direct you to another issue or take responsibility for what you think and feel.