You should always trust your intuition. Always. Your intuition gives you clues to things that you just can’t put your finger on–yet. If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you have an intuition that you may have a cheating spouse.
But sometimes it’s hard to figure out just exactly WHAT our intuition is telling us–especially in matters of the heart. That’s because intuition is partly an emotional response. Our other emotional responses can get tied up with our intuition–especially when our emotions run strong. This can throw anybody for a little spin (or a big one).
If you think your spouse is cheating, you should be very careful how you proceed. If you are like most people in this situation, you will have pre-conceived notions about how you should approach the situation. You might find this hard to believe but, most people DO THE WRONG THING.
So – what is this “wrong thing”? Well, here it is:
NEVER EVER CONFRONT YOUR CHEATING PARTNER
And there are 7 very important reasons why:
Reason 1. Do you honestly expect a lying spouse to be truthful with you?
Cheaters need two things to cheat successfully. They need a means of communication and they need available opportunities to meet. The need for these two things may introduce hidden aspects of your relationship that are warning signs that your partner is cheating. Often, the signs will be right under your nose, but you simply don’t notice them. Failing to see any one of the following hidden signs could mean that your cheater gets away scot-free with their actions. Seeing just one of these signs is not usually an indication of cheating, but seeing these signs along with your own gut feeling that something is wrong is a major red-flag that your partner may be running around on you.
Being cheated on is probably one of the most painful experiences you could ever have to go through. The loss and heartbreak you feel can cause you to become unhealthy and make irrational decisions. Preparation for such an event can greatly reduce the effects of being cheated on. Use the following steps as a guideline:
- Your partner suddenly becomes friendly with someone of the opposite sex. Often, this other person is going through some tragedy such as a divorce, or loss of a family member. Many times, this person is someone who participated in an activity with your partner that you are not involved in. When confronted about this new friendship, your partner will admonish you for “thinking such a thing”.
How often has a woman gone out, spent $300 on new haircut, highlights too, only to return home waiting anxiously for her husband’s reaction – but he doesn’t even notice?
It might not be because he’s unkind, or uncaring, according to a new study conducted by the New Scientist.
He may, and now get this, be suffering from “hair blindness”.
There’s a similar condition called prosopagnosiacs – a condition where people can’t recognize faces – and a neuroscientist by the name of Brad Ducaine has been studying the relationship between hair and facial features such as the nose, chin etc.
They say there’s always some truth in humor. This Atlanta private investigator certainly believes that’s the case:
Atlanta Private Investigators, Eagle Investigative Services spend their days and nights catching cheating spouses and documenting that evidence on video.
But lead investigators at the Atlanta based company say there’s a number of things women should do and should not do before they make the call to a private investigator.
1. Don’t Confront Your Cheater
You should never confront your cheater, unless you want to waste money on an investigation. Once the cheater has been alerted that you know they’re fooling around, they’ll cool their heels for a while. Any attempts by a competent private investigator to catch them in the act will be fruitless, since they won’t actually be doing anything.
A cheating partner is something that every person in a relationship secretly fears. But why do people cheat? Why aren’t we all built to be monogamous? It appears that we may actually not be programmed to stay faithful and research is backing up that theory.
Studies carried out on both men and women have shown that the first flush of love is actually just a chemical reaction that literally fades after about a year.
The euphoria, feelings of dependence, and stomach butterflies that envelop new lovers are apparently the effects of nerve growth factor (NGF), a protein that floods the blood-stream a the onset of a romantic relationship.
A recent study conducted by Eagle Investigative Services, Inc., Atlanta’s leading private investigation agency, ask participants a simple question - would you cheat if you could get away with it.
The survey conducted in March, 2009 was conducted by Atlanta private investigators Eagle Investigative Services and was conducted by gathering participants from Social Networks Twitter, Facebook and Craigslist. The survey was limited to 4,000 participants.
“The results were staggering”, said Niall Cronnolly, President of the Atlanta private detective agency. “We reached the maximum number of respondents in just 3 hours!”
The survey participants were asked two simple questions: