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Warning Signs of Cheating Spouses

 It is quite possible that your spouse could have these behaviors and not be having an affair. What may be a warning sign in one  relationship may be nothing to be concerned about in another relationship. As stated in the article on ways to spot a liar, “Nonverbal clues to lying can be difficult to spot and vary from individual to individual.  The bottom line: If you think your spouse is lying, ask questions and ask for clarification if necessary.  Trust your own intuition or that funny feeling you may feel inside.”

Some Warning Signs of an Unfaithful Spouse:

  • Your spouse seems bored.  Bored with you, with their job, with the kids, with hobbies, with life in genereral.                                                        
  • Your spouse seems to want danger or thrills in his/her life.
  • There is considerably less intimacy in your relationship. Your sex life is practically non–existent.
  • Your spouse has a low self-esteem.
  • You notice your spouse has a sense of confusion about self.
  • Your spouse has become lazy, especially around the house.
  • Your spouse is more negative.
  • You can't get your spouse to communicate with you.
  • Your spouse gets very defensive if you mention infidelity or affairs.
  • Your spouse is suddenly more attentive than usual.
  • Your mate is working longer hours at work.
  • Your spouse is dressing nicer, looking nicer.
  • You notice charges on credit card statement that don't make sense.
  • Your spouse is indifferent to family events like birthdays and holidays.
  • You find your partner has been lying to you about a variety of things.
  • Money becomes more of an issue between the two of you.
  • He/she doesn't want to go anywhere or do anything with you anymore.
  • You can't even get your mate to fight with you.
  • You feel as if you are being avoided.
  • Your partner abandons religious faith.
  • Your spouse seems more secretive.
  • You discover lipstick smudge on shirt.
  • You learn that you have an STD and you've not strayed.