Think your partner is cheating? Well, chances are, you might be right. Therefore, you should trust your gut instinct! Your tummy could be your best guide. If you trust in everything everyone tells you, you’ll never develop your own ideas. So, you should start believing in your own intuitions, now. Because they truly are the green light towards your life. Is something suspicious in your relationship? Call the Michigan Private Investigators at Eye Spy today.
The main nerve in your gut sends signals to your brain. We often feel threatening situations in our gut. The brain has long been viewed as the center of all emotions. Therefore, ignoring a gut feeling, makes us less responsive to dangerous situations. So, trust your gut, no matter what!
Trust your Gut: Here Are Major Signs That Your Significant Other Is Having An Affair
- They are more attentive to your needs than usual. This is due to the guilt feelings experienced by the cheater in the early stages of his or her affair. The attention will diminish as the affair continues.
- Suddenly buying you a ton of gifts.
- These are “guilt gifts” purchased because your partner feels guilty about betraying you and showering you with presents makes him or her feel better.
- Their behavior is causing a gut feeling in you that something isn’t right. This is why you should always trust your gut instinct.
- If this happens, pay attention to your instincts. Ignoring them means you want to blind yourself to the truth. You know their habits, routines and attitudes better than anybody, so be suspicious when these things change.
- They frequently picks fights with you.
- Doing this gives him reason to get mad and storm out of the house and thus the opportunity to meet a lover. A cheater may also do this because of mixed emotions he is feeling about betraying you.
- Constantly talking about your relationship ending when you fight or argue.
- They will say things like, “What would you do if our relationship ended?” or “If anything ever happened to us, I would always love you like a friend.” In general, they seem very negative about your relationship. They might make these statements because they have a lover to fall back on if your relationship ends. If your partner repeats these kinds of statements often, be suspicious.
- They become very moody.
- He or she seems very upbeat and excited when leaving you but acts somber and depressed when around you. If your mate is in a long-term affair, he/she will try to keep both relationships running smoothly. Any problems the cheater has in one relationship will spill over into the other relationship as well. This is inevitable.
- He/She never talks to you.
- You live together but don’t interact. They’ve become cold and inconsiderate of your feelings.
- Their taste in music suddenly changes.
- For instance, He/She always listened to pop music but suddenly starts listening to country music. Your partner might be listening to and growing fond of this new type of music because their lover listens to it.
- Lacking self-esteem.
- This doesn’t necessarily mean he/she will go out and have an affair, but an insecure individual often looks to others for guidance. If an insecure person’s needs aren’t being met, they might find the desired feelings of security and positive feedback in an affair with someone else.
- They are continually criticizing another person.
- Trying to make you think that type of person would never be of interest to them, although a secret attraction exists.
- He/She criticizes things about you that he or she once found attractive and appealing.
- They easily become offended at the comments, however harmless, that you make.
- They stop paying attention to you, your children and home-life in general.
- He/She begins closing doors when you are around, when before he or she would leave them open.
- For instance, the bathroom-door rule: Couples in long-term relationships often leave their bathroom doors open while attending to necessities even if their partners are nearby. As affairs develop, the cheating mates will close bathroom doors, distancing themselves physically and psychologically from their partners.
- He/She stops complimenting you on your looks.
- They stop saying, “I love you.”
- They act guilty when you do something nice for him or her.
- You are supposed to be the person who is making life miserable and the relationship untenable. By doing something nice, you force the cheater to think about what he or she is doing.
- He/She turn the table and accuse you of cheating but they have no evidence.
- They would rather spend time with friends than be with you.
- He/She shows no interest in your relationship’s future.
- He/She stops being affectionate.
- They are more interested in reading a book or watching television than talking with you or making love to you.
- They frequently talks about the problems a friend, neighbor, coworker, course instructor or classmate of the opposite sex is having.
- He/She begins using new catch phrases. They also start to tell types of jokes or express opinions that are unusual for him or her.
- He/She pays less and less attention to your children.
- They have been acting emotionally distant and withdrawn. But when you ask about it, He/She doesn’t want to discuss it and becomes very protective of his privacy.
- He/She seems disinterested and distracted during sex.
- They talk in their sleep and mention the name of a particular person on more than one occasion.
- They seem startled or confused when awakened. This uncertainty may be caused by not being sure which bedroom and which lover’s bed he or she is in.
- Their behavior is such that your friends begin asking you what’s wrong. Close friends and family members often will notice tension or discord between the two of you before you are fully aware of it.
- They easily become offended when you make normal and natural inquiries. They may demand to know why you are checking up on him or her.
- Their sleeping pattern changes considerably from the norm. They may include unexplainable exhaustion, restlessness, frequent nightmares and sleep-talking.
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So ignoring your gut instinct could mean you overlook signs of approaching danger – whether physical or emotional. The innate response to fear appears to be influenced significantly by signals sent from the stomach to the brain. In a nutshell, always trust your gut. Do you think that your significant other may be having an affair? The Michigan Infidelity Private Investigators at Eye Spy Detective Agency can help! Call the Michigan Private Investigators at Eye Spy Detective Agency today at 888-393-7799. All cases are 100% Confidential!