How to detect proof of infidelity in a marriage (WIfe)?
- 1 month ago
Mysterious conduct. A mate who is cheating has something to cover up, and you may spot indications of it. Maybe the person in question regularly accepts calls in another piece of the house. Or on the other hand you discover another mobile phone used to settle on secret decisions.
- 1 month ago
There's an old idiom: If you have the thoughts in your head, it is probably true. Unless you are a freaky control freak.
- T JLv 71 month ago
Call a PI, have them watch her, or contact the show cheaters.
- Andrew SmithLv 71 month ago
Why would you want to? While you don't know you may turn a blind eye. If you wish to divorce you don't need proof. So what gain could there be from discovering evidence? What if you discover that your suspicions were groundless but you have wrecked the marriage?
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- FoofaLv 71 month ago
One supposes you could hire a PR to follow her around and try to get pictures. But short of that or a confession there's really no way to know for sure.
- tonyLv 71 month ago
Usually, if you’re asking this question, you already suspect that you’re the victim of infidelity, or at the very least that something is amiss in your relationship.
Cheaters tend to use their phones and computers more frequently than before and to guard them as if their lives depend on it. If your partner’s phone and laptop never required a password before, and now they do, that’s not a good sign. If your partner suddenly starts deleting texts and clearing their browser history on a daily basis, that’s not a good sign. If your partner never relinquishes possession of their phone, even taking it into the bathroom when they shower, that’s not a good sign. If you ask to review your partner’s phone, and they say no, that’s also a problem.
- Dr. StephanieLv 71 month ago
If infidelity is going on, sooner or later the truth will come out in any case. Of course, you could always hire a private detective... Do you and she have any kind of communication? Perhaps you could begin by sharing your concern and asking her. Or, is it possible, instead, that you have paranoid jealousy and suspicions that aren't founded? If your marriage is in such a state that you cannot trust one another, perhaps its time to consider dissolving the union.
- D50Lv 61 month ago
Why do you want proof of infidelity? If you want to leave her, get divorced. If you want to make her miserable, what do you need proof for?
- i + iLv 71 month ago
You don't 'detect' proof.
You ether have proof or you don't.
- kristyLv 71 month ago
Catch her in the act