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6 Clear Signs Your Partner Is Chᴇᴀting On You Online. You Should Never Ignore

6 Clear Signs Your Partner Is Chᴇᴀting On You Online. You Should Never Ignore
1. Spends more time online than before.

These days, a lot of us spend a lot of time on the internet. We pay bills, read the news, keep up with sports scores, correspond with business associates and friends and play some of the thousands of online games available.

Just because your partner spends a lot of time online, this doesn’t necessarily mean he or she is cybercheating. But, if you have noticed a marked increase in the amount of time your partner is on the internet, this is something to look more closely at.

If your partner tends to come home from work and almost immediately gets online, it could be a warning sign that there’s more going on than just surfing the web.

2. Password-Protected Digital Devices

Someone having online chᴇᴀting will keep email and cell phones protected with passwords and pin numbers. Even if you are their spouse, you can’t have access to these passwords. Your partner might also be secretive when online by quickly switching web pages or closing email as soon as someone else walks into the room. If your spouse keeps online or cell phone activity a secret, then they could be having a virtual ᴀғғᴀɪʀ.

3. Secret Social Media Accounts

If your partner has a Facebook or Twitter account but doesn’t make friend with you, then he or she could be hiding something from you. If you are a friend, do you know all your spouse’s contacts? Even if you don’t know them all personally, do you know how your spouse knows them? Finding out about the people in your spouse’s various social networks and how he or she uses social networking sites is never a bad idea. And your spouse should know the same about you.

4. Obsession with Responding to Online Contacts

Another sign is obsession with immediately responding to text messages, emails, and Facebook or Twitter messages. However, this warning sign must be considered among others. Truthfully, many of us are addicted to our phones and computers, and some of us are using them more for work and less for pleasure or in innocent ways (to get our favorite recipes, chat with our family and friends—not the kind with benefits—and keep tabs on current events).

5. Leaving a Paper (or Digital) Trail

If you look at your monthly cell phone bills and the browser history on your computer, you can notice something important. You will know whether your spouse is embroiled in online chᴇᴀting or Internet p0rnography. You can see if you’re spending more on text messages and whether there are foreign numbers on the bill. The Internet history can tell you something about the pages your spouse—and anyone else who has used the computer—has been visiting.

6. Weird Behavior

A change in your spouse’s behavior is what you should pay attention. A spouse who is suddenly extra nice or extra mean could be compensating for an ᴀғғᴀɪʀ. One might be super sweet out of guilt or super mean in the hopes of justifying his or her behavior.