First of all: Ask her. If she says no, trust her and do not open the subject anymore. If she says no, but you do not believe her, or she doesn't seem trustworthy, then you can ask her to check her phone, computer, email, etc. If she does not want you to check her personal inboxes, and she does not give you a good enough reason for the rejection, then you should really worry about.
Do not get her phone from her hands using strength, ever. You can give her an ultimatum: tell me the truth or I am leaving for example.
Or you can check her phone when she is having a shower lets say. But the best way is to have a conversation about this issue, and tell her that being a lier is not going to solve anything. If you have to lie for something, why bother at all, because your marriage won't matter anymore. Remind her that you both have the option to leave, so no need for cheating or lies.
Anyway I hope that it is not true at all, and you 'll have a wonderful marriage. The best of luck
If your wife is gone for more time than that is accounted for,often.Is less affectionate with no other cause.Or acting secretive or nervous.Then is it time to talk to her.body language can be a big Clue on if someone is lying.Can she look you in the eye?Is she being highly defensive when you ask a question about any the above.trust your gut instinct
Does she keep her cell phone locked and close to her all of the time?
Does she text and/or Facebook constantly?
Has she recently started going to the gym and/or tanning a lot?
Does she have any male friends with whom she communicates?
Will she let you see her cell phone logs?
If you ask her a simple question regarding any of the above, will she go on the verbal attack against you?
Most women have a guy from high school or college or something in their past whom they never quite got over and for whom are always "carrying a candle". If this is the case and she is cheating with him, I might recommend giving her a "bye" this one time. It happens to a lot of men.
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