Jun 23, 2013

5 signs your Spouse might be cheating on you

Are you concerned that your partner might be cheating on you?
You might feel jealous or suspicious of your partner, but how do you know whether your fears are justified, or if you are just being paranoid?

Five Signs your Spouse Might Be Cheating on You

Are you concerned that your partner might be cheating on you?

You might feel jealous or suspicious of your partner, but how do you know whether your fears are justified, or if you are just being paranoid?

 If you want to know for sure, one way to find out about cheating partners is with the help of a private investigator. Here are five signs that your partner could be cheating on you, and that further investigation might be a good idea:

  1. Your partner’s daily routine has changed. If your partner is suddenly working longer hours, or is spending more time pursuing hobbies or interests, it might be (but isn’t necessarily) a sign that he or she is cheating.
  2. Your partner’s mobile phone habits have changed. Cheating spouses often become obsessed with checking their phone. They may begin to leave the room to take some calls, or start being more careful the phone is always with them and not left where a partner can access it. These behaviours can be a sign of infidelity, or an indication that your partner is involved in something else they don’t want you to know about. 
  3. Changing computer passwords. Has your partner changed all the passwords to his or her computer, email and social media accounts, or opened new ones? This may indicate there are communications your partner doesn’t want you to read. 
  4. There are unexplained charges on your partner’s credit card for purchases you know nothing about. 
  5. Your partner’s sexual interests have changed. A decrease in interest can be a warning sign that someone is cheating. So too can an increase in interest – if nothing has changed for some time, a sudden interest in new techniques may mean inspiration is coming from other recent experiences.

The signs above do not always mean infidelity is occurring, but they might indicate that your spouse is trying to conceal something. You may be able to establish the facts yourself. Alternatively you can hire a private investigator to help you.

Although having confirmation that your spouse is cheating on you can be extremely upsetting, it can at least provide you with the reality of the situation, so that you can make an informed decision on the future of your relationship. If it turns out they are not cheating, your relationship may also benefit from that knowledge.

A private investigator who specialises in catching cheating partners may help you discover the truth, and provide clear and concrete evidence so that you can alleviate the suspicion, and the anxiety that comes with not knowing whether or not your fears are grounded.

Call the team at Qld Covert Investigations now on 0401 553 551 for your piece of mind.

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