5 Signs your partner might be cheating on you

Updated at: Nov 30, 2018
5 Signs your partner might be cheating on you

Do you think that your partner is cheating on you? There are certain signs which can clearly tell that your partner is cheating on you. Read on to know these signs.

Varsha Vats
CheatingWritten by: Varsha VatsPublished at: Nov 30, 2018

Cheating is one of the most challenging problems in a relationship. It breaks the essence of the relationship. It leaves you in a dilemma and you do not understand what to do next. Most affairs happen privately and you have no clue what is happening. But there are certain signs which can indicate that your partner is cheating on you. You might be overlooking these signs but these signs can tell a lot about your partner. Here is a list of certain actions which can hint that your partner is cheating on you. You must notice your partner's behaviour and actions. These signs will help you prepare well in advance so that you can deal with the situation easily in the future.

Change in daily routine

You are aware of your partner's daily routine very well. If you discover sudden changes in their daily routine without any reason then there can be something suspicious. Changes may include:

  • Your partner does not express feelings anymore
  • Your partner is more attentive than usual
  • They have picked a new hobby
  • There is a lack of communication between you two
  • Your partner is making sudden plans for traveling alone
  • Your partner fights more often

They develop a defensive nature

Apart from change in daily routine, there are noticeable changes in your partner's behaviour as well. Your partner will become more defensive in nature. He or she will also become more secretive.

Change in phone behaviour

If you notice changes in your partner's phone activities as well then it might hint cheating. Changes can be like- your partner is spending more time on the phone than usual. You will also notice that your partner has become more protected about their phone than before. They might have changed the passwords of their devices. You can also notice a change in their social media habits. Your partner might get aggressive whenever you touch his/her phone.

Shows lack of interest

Your partner may also show a lack of interest while talking to you or while spending time with you. This mainly happens because their attention is distracted somewhere else. Your partner will not get involved in your life like before. He or she would not help you in making decisions anymore.

They take better care of the themselves

If your partner is cheating on you then he or she might be putting extra efforts to look great. If your partner is involved with someone else then they might dress up more than usual to look presentable. Sudden change is fashion or perfume can also indicate cheating.

What to do if you caught them cheating?

  • If you discover that your partner is clearly cheating on you then you should make sure and should have enough proves to state that. You should not accuse your partner without any strong prove
  • If you are sure then you should make the decision wisely
  • You should start the conversation lightly so that your partner gets equal chance to explain themselves
  • Take your final decision wisely according to the situation. Think carefully before taking any big step

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