What do you do when you feel your spouse or partner is cheating on you, do you comfront him/her...or just act like you don't care?
Confronting them they most likely will lie. There are certain behaviors that go along with cheating. Extra hours at work, may talk about a certain individual more than usual, taking calls in another room and not being able to get a hold of them. Check their cell phone records, look at email if possible. If you find out that they are cheating and they refuse couseling consider moving on. The have to sever all ties to that person. Also if you find out they are cheating approach them in a way that is not confrontational. This will be hard because emotions run high.
The direct approach is always good. Body language is always a tell tale sign, along with the usual avoidance if an S.O. is cheating. I'd give them the benefit of the doubt, but, would ask if there was anything wrong just to be sure.
Sure, cheaters lie. Not all of them are good at covering their tracks either, but, have a back-up plan just in case things do go South.
by tamiko1 8 years ago
What do u do when ur spouse cheated with an ex co-worker? Since we weren't communcating, or spending anytime together. We were like roomates in the same house. Him and I are on good terms since I found out. I know he hasn't told me detailed and everything I want to know. He has told me the major...
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
how do you handle a cheating spouse that is caught in the act
by kat74 7 years ago
What constitutes to a cheating spouseIs it a kiss on the cheek from another party or a hug. What would your spouse or partner do for you to accuse him/her of cheating on you.
by mdlawyer 7 years ago
If the cheating spouse tells the truth, will the candour be appreciated?
by Paula 21 months ago
If U witnessed the spouse of a close friend in an incriminating situation w/ someone........clearly & boldly "cheating" on your friend, would you feel the need to inform that friend about this indiscretion you witnessed or not.?......in either case....WHY?
by JP Carlos 7 years ago
Perhaps more than just forgiving the person, would you still think of continuing with the relationship?
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