Are you able to pick up on the signs if your man is cheating on you? We highlight the many ways he might be betraying you. He always picks fights that end in him leaving the house. On a chilled Saturday night when you and your man are about to enjoy a romantic night in, an innocent comment turns ?into an argument. He doesn’t put a label on you when you run into his friends or acquaintances. Saying “this is my girlfriend” or “this ?is my wife” should be the most natural thing to do in front of new friends or colleagues. So ask yourself why he doesn’t do it. When his phone rings, he looks at it like it’s a hand grenade. If he doesn’t have a secret phone – one he can switch off whenever he likes – then he’ll probably have this problem often. And when it does happen, insist that he answers – and watch him sweat. He sleeps with his phone under his pillow without fail.He never forgets it on the kitchen counter, the couch or in the charger. Instead, it’s always shoved under his pillow to prevent any midnight investigation. If his friend is a cheat and he justifies it, he’s probably one as well.You know what they say about birds of a feather – they flock together. His battery always dies on weekends so you can never get hold of him. But he suddenly has battery life after miraculously getting it charged? at a friend’s house. He frequently loses his phone, only to find it “luckily” when he’s ready to talk to you. He doesn’t want to take pictures in case you decide to tag him. Documenting aspects of our lives has become a normal thing to do, but your guy doesn’t want to feature in any of the pictures. Perhaps he doesn’t want to be bound by that irrefutable digital trail. He disappears for hours on end. He takes hours to go buy bread. When he eventually comes back, he always has elaborate stories describing why he went AWOL. He suddenly buys new clothes and fragrances. When you’re in a relationship, you get to know your partner’s routine – what they like to wear, how they smell, etc. Usually when a man is cheating,? his routine changes. If he dresses differently, has new cologne and a fresh rhythm to his daily rituals, then you have reason to watch him closely.
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