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If you got a feeling that your partner is cheating on you what is the best way t

  1. Fayzem profile image58
    Fayzemposted 5 years ago

    If you got a feeling that your partner is cheating on you what is the best way to handle it

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  2. dailytop10 profile image92
    dailytop10posted 5 years ago

    There's no better way to deal with this problem other than a confrontation. Don't let doubts and anxieties fill in your mind. Ask your partner whether he or she is cheating and hope that the truth will come out.

    1. Fayzem profile image58
      Fayzemposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      And what if hes/shes like " So dont you trust me ..... and so on ?
      leading to a break up that could most possibly be over nothing ?

    2. dailytop10 profile image92
      dailytop10posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      He or she should first give an answer, not another question. If your partner pleads innocence then accept it and love him or her truly. Life is a gamble and you can't experience the true beauty of love until you put everything at risk.

  3. theupside profile image61
    theupsideposted 5 years ago

    Just stalk them. Seriously. Why put yourself through the hell of not knowing?
    Besides, the look on their face would be priceless if you get to catch them in the act.
    Next, laugh it off. Life is too short to be miserable.

  4. tussin profile image60
    tussinposted 5 years ago

    Find hard evidence first, then confront.  If you confront without evidence, your partner will start covering his/her tracks better.

  5. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 5 years ago

    "If it doesn't feel right to you then it's probably not right for you."
    The primary reason one believes their mate is cheating is because they have noticed a change in their behavior which they do not like. Even if you found out your mate was not cheating BUT the behavior remained, odds are you would not jump up for joy,
    You don't need someone to cheat on you or abuse you in order to give yourself permission to walk away from a relationship that you are either unhappy with or do not feel appreciated. (Know yourself, Love yourself, and Trust yourself). Trust your instincts. Unless you are some naturally "paranoid" or "insecure" person why doubt yourself? Why would you want to be with someone you don't trust?
    The only purpose for trying to "find out" if someone is cheating is for us to (prove) we're not crazy or stupid! To learn we are being cheated on simply gives us an "explanation" for the change in our mate's behavior. It also may offer us a little "ego" satisfaction to "bust them".
    Being "unhappy" or no longer feeling you can trust your mate ought to be enough of a reason to move on. You get to (choose) who you spend your time with. Therefore if you are unhappy in a relationship but elect to stay in it then you are (choosing) to be unhappy. (I'm not talking about an isolated moment of unhappiness. I'm referring to a lingering overall feeling that things aren't right.)
    Life is short. I have one rule when it comes to relationships. If I'm not happy I don't stay. One man's opinion! :-)

 
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