Have you ever had to ask the following question “is my husband cheating on me?” If you have, what did you do about it?
The day of your marriage should be one of the happiest days of your life. You are surrounded by your family and close friends. The man you plan on spending the rest of your life with shares this spotlight with you. The love that you felt at that moment was so strong.
What happened? Why do you have to ask yourself “is my husband cheating?” Unfortunately, life changes and some couples grow apart. This often leads to divorce.
Is My Husband Cheating
What makes you feel that your husband is cheating? The following are a list of signs that he may be cheating:
- He suddenly becomes distant;
- He becomes more private regarding his emails or phone;
- His sexual desires change;
- He changes his appearance and grooming habits;
- Frequently becomes unavailable or unreachable;
- He shows guilty behavior (ie buying expensive gifts for no reason);
- He becomes very defensive about minor things; and/or
- A new woman comes into the picture.
None of the above items are proof that your husband is cheating. But, one or more of them add to your suspicion.
Evidence Of Cheating
How do you prove that your husband is cheating? Most of us would start by checking his text messages or emails. They may let you know if your husband is talking inappropriately or meeting another. But it is not likely to prove an affair to a judge.
The best way to prove that he is cheating would be to hire a private investigator. They can catch him in the act. This gives evidence from a third party that can testify in court and provide photographs of the evidence.
You should start this process by asking yourself if you want to save your marriage. If so, it might be better to sit down and ask your husband if he feels the same. Hard work on your relationship and a marriage counselor can go a long way to save your marriage.
If it is beyond saving, consult with your family law attorney before you start. They will help you to protect your rights in any legal proceedings.