how can i find out if my husbad is lying to me about women at work is he cheating on me
he deletes everything in his phone every day
The answer to your question is... probably not. Don't accuse him of it unless you have hard evidence. The easiest way to find out why he erases his phone is (gasp) to ask him. If you're concerned about his hot secretary or the cutie in the next cubicle, chances are he's given you some sign that there are problems in the relationship. If it's just your natural suspicion or your own insecurities causing your worry, make sure you examine your own motivations. Your best bet is to be up front with him. Ask him. Most of us can tell when our husbands are lying. The one thing you do not want to do is accuse him angrily and make him feel attacked. That kind of behavior can lead to him eventually resenting you enough to cheat, and causing a problem where one hadn't been before.
You could hire a Private Detective to follow your husband and photograph him if he is with any other women. If you do this, be oreoared to spend some money and if/when you get information he is cheating, have plenty of people there when you confront him so if he gets violent you are protected.
Seems odd that anyone would delete everything on their phone every day. If you're concerned about the women at work, why not make yourself known to them - meet him at his work for a lunch date in his lunch break.
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