Saturday, May 06, 2006

How to catch a cheating spouse

Cheating Spouse

Tip #1: Cheaters are Liars Too.
Once you suspect something is going on, it is human nature to want to be assured that it isn't. Even though most people know better, they often can't stop themselves from confronting their spouses even though they don't yet have the hard evidence.

And guess what?

Cheating spouses lie. Many spouses discover when they confront their cheating spouse without any proof, 99 times out of 100 the spouse will tell them that nothing is going on - that it is all in their head.

This may make a spouse feel better temporarily, but then those nagging suspicions start creeping in again and they are right back to where they were with one big exception. Now their spouse knows that they are suspected of cheating so they are often more careful than before.
That's the last thing that any do-it-yourself investigator needs.

Make sure before you confront your spouse with your suspicions that you have the evidence to back it up. And the easiest way to get that evidence is with the guidance you'll find in http://CheatingSpouseTraps.com.

Surprisingly, many do-it-yourself investigators unknowingly sabotage their own investigations. Tomorrow I'll tell you how to avoid this easy mistake.

Here's to an end to your worries,
Sid Blackwell
Author
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