7 signs that your lover might cheat!
Sign #1: Your sweetie keeps you a secret from his/her family and friends
Cheaters keep you in the dark while they play in the light. Your relationship won’t work if you’re getting what I call the Shadow Treatment. The Shadow Treatment means that you are often kept waiting in the wings while your mate is out socializing.
Sign #2: Your sweetie is emotionally absent
Cheaters conceal their emotional whereabouts so they can be evasive about their physical whereabouts. Love is exhausting when you have to pry the truth out of a partner.
Sign #3: Your sweetie says he or she wants a no-strings-attached romance
If someone says, “I don’t want a commitment,” take the sucker at his or her word. Don’t fall into that “I’ll be the one to change all that!” trap. Cheaters rebel against control and might even have an affair to spite a partner who wants to rein him or her in.
Sign #4: Your sweetie admits to cheating on exes and justifies the betrayals
Cheaters rationalize their behavior to let themselves off the hook. The way they justify their actions tells much about their character.
Sign #5: Your sweetie has never been without a mate
Cheaters won’t ride solo… ever! Leaving one romance and hopping into a new one or having simultaneous affairs at once doesn’t leave time for assessing whatever went wrong.
Sign #6: Your sweetie tells lies about little things
Cheaters lie about everything, which leads you to question what truth is and what is fiction in their lives. When the need to embroider overshadows the desire to be honest, the relationship becomes a sham.
Sign #7: Your sweetie brags about his or her ability to attract others
Cheaters are insecure and need to be given constant attention on the side. They flaunt their popularity in attempts to boost their own low self-esteem.
Trust is the most difficult thing to build in any relationship. You must start to trust yourself and your own instincts about people. Trust begins with trusting yourself and your ability to assess the different people who come into your life. It’s going to take some time, so don’t try to rush it! What are the success rates for relationships after cheating? It depends on how hard two people want to work on their relationship. Usually after cheating there’s tremendous distrust, so it’s going to take a while for both parties to prove to the other that it was a mistake. It really depends. Give it time consider seeking out a therapist to help you take the relationship one step at a time, rather than trying to make it alright the next day.