Generally one of the
first infidelity warning signs is when the cheated partner starts to get uneasy through a vague feeling that something
isn’t quite right. So often it is really hard for them to put a finger on it but they just have a gut feeling, a growing feeling of
uneasiness, possibly generated from a casual comment, the odd incident or a slight change in their partner’s behaviour. Just call it
One of the big giveaways, key infidelity warning
signs, is a change in working patterns, a sudden need
to start working late, business trips, and unusual desire to get fit. It often starts with just a slight change in behaviour, nothing too
obvious but once the cheater becomes more attuned and even comfortable with their actions the need to be out of the house will increase and
what could have initially started as a casual fling all too easily develops into a full flung affair.
The first infidelity warning signs are seldom
the most obvious like lipstick on the collar. They're usually much more subtle, just slight changes in a partner's behaviour, a general
sense that something has changed.
Your partner may seem more distant, preoccupied with
their job or other outside interests, disinterested in you sexually, more remote or unwilling to talk to you. They may become less
interested in family issues, unwilling to get involved in activities or just less attentive towards you. One infidelity warning sign
is a sudden interest in their appearance, a desire to loose weight or an unusual interest in fashion. There may be unusual absences
from home, perhaps their mobile is turned off when you ring or they may become distant and discontented.
The list for signs of infidelity is
endless and it can be so easy to attribute a totally innocent change in your partner’s behaviour to them having an affair. Changes
often initially thought to be infidelity warning signs, can also be attributable to stress at work, financial concerns or other issues such as age, health or the desire for some kind of change in
routine. That is why it is so hard in those early stages not to jump to any conclusions and automatically assume that your partner is
having an affair when no such affair exists.
But even if there has been a great deal of change in
your partner’s behaviour it does not automatically signal an affair but it does indicate a need to communicate.
Don't jump to any conclusions, make sure you establish
the facts, catch the cheating spouse before saying something you may regret.