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No one ever wants to get cheated on but unfortunately, a lot of us are. And there is nothing worse than being a new relationship with someone and wondering in the back of your mind if they are cheating on you. Us women mostly are usually always thinking about if our partner is cheating on us. These thoughts usually stem from our partner possibly acting strange, not replying to text within a reasonable time, not answer their phone and so forth. Actions like these can lead to the assumption that our partner may be cheating but you never want to or rather shouldn’t jump to that conclusion without concrete evidence. Here’s what to do if you think your partner is cheating.
If you are currently in a relationship with someone and suspect that they are cheating on you, there are a few ways you should go about finding out for sure if they are. Though our women’s intuition is never wrong, you still want to have undisputable information before you go break all their shit and blast how trifling their ass is on your social media.
Some ways you can discover if your partner is in fact cheating on you are ….
Bring out your inner FBI agent and investigate their social media thoroughly
Go through their phone if possible because you more than likely find what you wanted to and more
Look for receipts in their clothes pocket or wallet if accessible
Follow them one late night to see if they go where they told you they were
Ask directly though you won’t get an honest answer at all
When it all comes down to it, if you feel that your partner is cheating you, they probably are. Feelings like that don’t just come up for fun UNLESS, you are a very untrusting and insecure person which if that is the case, you shouldn’t be in a relationship at all. Just always gather your hard evidence, before you go accusing your partner of cheating.
Let us know your tips on what to do if you think your partner is cheating in the comments below!
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Kennisha is currently studying at Southern New Hampshire University to obtain her bachelors in Creative Writing. She is an avid lover of art and poetry. Her favorite word is "create" because she feels the word "represents the endless possibilities and marvelous creations the mind can conjure".