You are at risk as we speak, if you think your partner is cheating on you! You see, if you think someone is cheating on you and you doubt your partner, that is where it all starts. Talk to anyone who has been cheated on, and they will tell you that it all starts with the doubts, and then came the painful truth that they were being cheated on. However, that isn’t all, because for all you know, your partner could be transmitting STD’s to you. Now, obviously you don’t want to have to become sick because of your partner’s selfishness, which is exactly why you need to know how to catch a cheater. Here are 3 tricks which will catch a cheater fast…
Ask your partner direct questions-
Step #1: Keep them specified as “who, what, where, when, why and how” questions….
Step #2: Ask your partner these questions frequently, and watch his/her reaction.
Step #3: If they react in any of the following ways, then they are definitely sneaking around behind your back:
—-argues with you, and even argues with you and storms out of the house
—-avoids the topic
—-never looks you in the eyes and avoids eye contact
—-seems uncomfortable, and touches his/her face when answering
—–gives you really long explanations, with too much detail
Pretend to go away for a weekend-
Step #1: Make a believable excuse like a sick family member, who you need to go see outside of town, and tell your partner you will be gone for the weekend.
Step #2: Stay in town and secretly see where your partner goes.
Step #3: Be aware that your partner may not even bring people home, but may also go to other people’s houses, so be ready to be able to travel as well.
Have one of your friends flirt with your mate
Step #1: Since cheaters are more likely to cheat on you with someone you know, because they usually do it with someone they are familiar with, get your friend to help you out…
Step #2: Use text or phone calls, and be around when your friend does it. Have your friend flirt with them…
Step #3: Try to take it as far as to get your mate to “meet” with your friend, but show up instead.
Source by Avril Harper-Rae