Suspicions of infidelity in a relationship can be extremely stressful and emotive. You need to know for your own peace of mind but what can you do? You need some independent evidence to support your concerns.
Before you consider taking any form of personal or legal action make sure you get the facts and make sure they are 100% accurate.
Statistics show approximately 1 in 2 marriages are failing. It is therefore reasonable to assume that a large proportion of these breakups are due to infidelity.
So, how do you know if your partner is being unfaithful? Well, the fact is, you may not know or may not find out until months, sometimes years later. You may have thought to yourself “ that’s odd, why did that happen”. When this thought crosses your mind maybe your intuition is telling you something.
Whether or not you are already in a committed relationship, marriage or defacto, you might simply require reassuring that all is well before advancing to another level. If you have raised the subject of loyalty with your spouse or partner and received denials of infidelity but your suspicions remain, you might want to consider asking him or her to take a Lie Detector Test. These tests also referred to as Polygraph Tests are now readily available and are cost effective and time saving.
The following clues may help you to recognise some of the signals in establishing if your partner is being less than honest or
unfaithful to you.
A person may well exhibit some of these clues individually and it may be quite innocuous and explainable i.e. a genuine desire to improve the relationship or their own appearance and self esteem. There may well be pressures at work or in their personal circumstances that are contributing to their change in behaviour and attitude towards you.
if several of these activities or behavior become more
frequent then certainly your suspicions might be aroused.
TO DO IF YOU ARE STILL NOT CERTAIN
Speak discreetly to friends, family
and your partners work colleagues to confirm his/her alibis.
Do not attempt to conduct your own surveillance
You may have heard previous parties in a broken relationship say "Everyone knew except me", "How could I have been so stupid, so blind", "Why didn't someone tell me", "If only I had known".
More often than not, close friends and/or work colleagues do have an idea of what is happening in your relationship but are too afraid to say anything for fear of being branded interfering, trouble maker or disloyal.
Once you have had your suspicions confirmed and obtained some form of evidence, then you might consider the next option of "Covert Surveillance" or LIE DETECTOR TEST. This is where "APEX" can help you.