How to catch your husband If he is having an affair?

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  1. first_arif profile image59
    first_arifposted 8 years ago

    How to catch your husband If he is having an affair?

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    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    what's the point in "learning" how to catch him.  The fact that you are feeling this way, says so much about the direction that your marriage has gone as well as is going.  What you really need to do is learn how to stand on your own two feet and be strong, instead of living a lie and wasting time wallowing in misery.  You need to get yourself together to face the reality of his behavior and who he really is when all of that comes out of the dark.  Unless you have other plans and want to set him up for your own ulterior financial motives, don't even waste your time.  COncentrate on MoVinG ON!!!!!! And the life you WANT to live that doesn't consist of immaturity

    ravigill551854 come on are you serious, who really has time to play those silly games.  That just makes you more angry as well as gives you so much time to plot and react in ways that may be detrimental to or end your life!  People who are together have a feeling if not know when something wrong is going on.  communication is the best way and of course if lied to, just be observant.  Liars are never consistent and have a way of telling on themselves

    Vonda G. Nelson

  3. ravigill551854 profile image69
    ravigill551854posted 8 years ago

    first confirm it that you think on right track.If some  confusion is made in your relation it is very difficult to sort it out later.want to catch your husband affair check his cloth is their any mark of leapstic,long hair, diffident perfume smells and unreasonable answer of late arriving at home.

  4. squirrelstocks profile image61
    squirrelstocksposted 8 years ago

    simple, just appoint a detective, caught him red handed, say bye bye to him.

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    tryoneposted 8 years ago

    Have proof or you'll be the reason for the divorce. But, get a true devoted friend to accidently call him, from a cell phone as if, she's looking for another and see if he bite on flirting with the woman. Hve her be precise about events like looking for a friend , but got him instead.

  6. first_arif profile image59
    first_arifposted 8 years ago

    Thank you everyone for your valuable suggestion . . . This will surely help me . . . .

  7. MickS profile image68
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    Probably the same as catching a wife when she is having an affair.
    Realtaulk,  how can you come up with so much psychobabble for such a straight forward question?

  8. dabeaner profile image60
    dabeanerposted 8 years ago

    Ask to go along with him on his next date.

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    SpaceAgeposted 8 years ago

    Catching a suspected affair requires hiring a private investigator. U must prove the affair exists b4 deciding what 2 do.

  10. Alwaysme profile image62
    Alwaysmeposted 8 years ago

    Lookout for those extra infromative articles he might bring along saying it belongs to his "colleagues"  and also for those lipstick stains. Look him in the eyes - if he doesn't look back at you - you got him!


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