Emotional cheating in dating
If your newly polished partner also deflects or downplays your compliments, beware.
Sure, it might be that your partner just wants to spruce up his or her act, but it could be that the person is intent on impressing someone else.
Your partner gives evasive answers to simple questions.
If your partner develops a new defensiveness or sensitivity to requests for information about where he/she has been, the person may be hiding something and is afraid you’ll put two and two together. Do you feel closed out to certain aspects of your partner’s life?
If you’ve been jilted by a partner or spouse, or if you think your mate might be cheating, check out the CHEATERS® Records!
See if your partner has a history of infidelity, and help others avoid heartache by creating a report for someone you know is Do you suspect that your partner is being unfaithful?
First, cheating requires an “action.” Simply being attracted to someone else doesn’t count.
Second, you need to have signed a “contract” or made a commitment in order to break it.
If so, here are two more bits of information you need before we proceed: By definition, infidelity involves deception and disloyalty, two things that are always toxic to relationships.
Could a visit from CHEATERS® help resolve problems in your relationship?