Aug 9th, 2022
10 Signs Your Spouse Might Be Having an Affair
Do you have a gut-wrenching feeling that your partner is being unfaithful to you? In today's episode, I'm sharing some not so obvious signs that your spouse might be having an affair. How do you know if something is really going on or if you're just being overly suspicious? There are many tell-tale signs that will help you to determine if your marriage or relationship has become vulnerable or even victim to infidelity.
Don't Ignore the Red Flags
It's important to not ignore the red flags. You know when something's off in your relationship, so instead of excusing it, deal with it. After you hear these ten warning signs, it may be difficult to have the hard conversation you need to have, but you must. Infidelity does not just go away on its own. Even if you never find out, the damage done to your relationship must eventually be addressed.
There's an old saying that says, "When you see the world through rose-colored glasses, even the red flags just look like flags." In other words, when we choose to have our head in the sand instead of being aware and wise, we will overlook obvious warning signs.
5 Tell-Tale Signs Your Partner is Being Unfaithful
Because you will glean so much more out of these warning signs when you listen to the full podcast, I'm only sharing five of the ten here in the show notes. In no particular order, five warning signs your partner or spouse is being unfaithful are as follows:
- Money goes missing and/or they begin using ATMs all of the sudden
- There is a lack of friendship, interest, or connection in your relationship
- Your partner becomes accusatory of your actions
- They become obsessed with their looks
- They start staying out late or taking extra “work trips”
The other five signs are very eye-opening, so be sure to listen to the episode in its entirety.
I want to leave you with this: I truly believe that every relationship has the potential to heal from infidelity. You don't "have" to stay or reconcile, and there are time when you shouldn't. However, if you want to restore your marriage and are both willing to put in the work, it can work.
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