6 Telltale Signs A Man Is Cheating On You






Being cheated is one of the hardest issue in a long term relationship and it's not easy to overcome it, though some couple tried their best to fix their relationship but only few succeeded. Why? Because cheating is betrayal, and betrayal affects trust and trust is not easy to get it back. Once the trust is broken, there is a possibility you will feel uncomfortable of the person despite of their sincerity towards you.

So how do you find out if your man isn't being faithful?

There are a few signs that are very indicative that your man might not be yours alone anymore. If your instincts are telling you that something's off, it could be on the money, but don't jump to conclusions just yet. Look for other signs like:






* He's married to his phone
If he suddenly pays alot more attention to his phone, or any type of multimedia device for that matter, that could be enough to raise suspicions that he might be into someone else.


* He doesn't show you his phone
Obviously a clear sign he's hiding something from you, but even if he does give you his phone, check his reaction every time you do something with it. If you look through his phone's gallery or his net history and he gets a bit antsy or defensive, you know something's not right.


* He erases his net history
Although not really a good sign that he's cheating, since he might be hiding something else like some weird fad he's into, it could still be a sign that you should keep a close eye on him from now on.


* Caught in the act of lying
If your catch your man lying about where he was, who he was with or what he was doing, that's a red flag. Unless your man is doing a big romantic gesture, he has no right to be lying to your face.


* Changes his interests
If one minute he's so into you that you have to pry him off, the next he's practically in another dimension, it could be a sign that he's found someone else.


* He thinks you're the bad guy
If out of the blue he accuses you of cheating, it's definitely a red flag. Psychologically speaking, a person would only suspect irrationally if they themselves want or have done it themselves.


There's no two ways about it, cheating hurts. But we have to ask ourselves, why do we, as a species that reveres monogamy so much, cheat?

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