#LifeStyle: 7 Signs He/She Is Cheating On You

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Checkout the 10? most common signs that your spouse is cheating:

1. Frequent change of passwords

If you notice your spouse changing their email, cell phone, computer or social media passwords more than usual, chances are they are trying to hide something.

2. Social media profiles

If a spouse is unfaithful, they will most likely make their social media profiles look very ?single.? Updating their profile picture to a solo shot or a picture with friends and hiding photos of you as a couple should be a big red flag. Also take notice if there is an obvious increase in the amount of time your spouse spends on social networks each day.

3. Cellphone habits

A healthy relationship is an open one. When your spouse answers the phone and immediately moves to a room where you cannot overhear the conversation, watch out. Unless they are planning a surprise birthday party for you, your spouse should feel comfortable talking to anyone on the phone in front of you.

4. Decreased or increased desire for intimacy

In some cases the desire for s*x may decrease since the cheater is already getting their pleasure outside the home. However, there is also the possibility that his or her interest in having s*x may increase, because of feelings of guilt.

5. Cleared history

A big sign that someone is being unfaithful is when you find their computer or phone history cleared regularly. Though your spouse might be doing this for security reasons, it is more likely that they are trying to ?cover their tracks.?

6. Increase in social activities

Take note when your spouse starts attending more social gatherings alone. A guys? night out or a business party are commonly used cover-ups.

7. Increase the extra costs

If it seems you are a little tighter on money at the end of the month than normal, look at where your extra money is going. Cheaters will often take out cash to make it more difficult to track where they have spent the money.

 

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