If you suspect something,will you follow your partner to find does he/she cheats on you?
No. Why go that route when you can just easily ask him/her? Of course, he/she may lie about it. I believe it is better to let your partner know that you have some concerns/suspicions rather than build up some feelings of distrust.
I believe in an old saying my Grandmother used to say, "What goes on in the dark will come to the light." Always trust your intuition and only act when you have actual concrete evidence. Technology today makes it so easy to catch people it's not even funny. No one is worth your sanity! Know the warning signs.
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No, that would be embarrassing. If I suspect something, I don't need to go follow him. I would confront him and then go about making my own decision about what to do. So many people have the 'feeling' or intuition that their partner may be cheating but because they don't have concrete 'proof' they choose to stay in the relationship. I think that's undignified. If your partner raises your suspicions. You're usually right. And if you have to follow them somewhere just to prove you're right, better to get out of the relationship because it's not a positive one.
Well I trust my current partner, but have to say in my past many years ago I had a partner who I didn't trust, and hiding outside his ex girlfriend's house proved a good move as I saw him with her a number of times. I am afraid my suspicions and acting on them did pay off, and as a result I discovered he had arranged to marry her behind my back, and what's more in a matter of weeks. If we have good reasons to be suspicious burying our heads in the sand is not the answer, and nor is relying on the 'truth coming to light' or 'them owning up'.
If you suspect something, then it's usually true. If you feel it in your gut, it's usually true...and you dont need to follow them to find the answer, you already KNOW the answer.
My ex followed me once because she didnt believe me that Im going to library.
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