@Dave · Posted 23 Oct. 2021
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@Writelord · Posted 24 Oct. 2021
If you're asking this, it means you're having suspicions.
Therefore, before you proceed; you must be honest with yourself. Does your previous relationship experience make you insecure about your current partner?
If yes, discuss with your partner.
If no, then you've probably seen signs of foul play. Be blunt and ask for explanations. Ask to see private messages, if necessary (and no, they don't have to oblige)
If they don't, which they most likely would not. Carry about your own business. Why, because you've flipped the game on its head.
If your partner is truly cheating, they will change their usual patterns and become more secretive. When this happens, don't bring up arguments. Just live life as you normally would.
The day of reckoning will come.
And when it does, do not look back. Leave... or stay.
Life is short anyways. Do what makes you happy.
Just don't be a creep.
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 25 Oct. 2021
If you're having doubts but have an otherwise healthy relationship then talk to your partner. It is better to communicate than to guess and continue feeling insecure in the relationship. Try to understand why you feel like your partner might be cheating. If your conversation with them eases your doubts then you can go back to living your life as usual, if not you can either break up or look for definitive proof as you say. However, know that it isn't easy to gather evidence and I honestly don't see the point. If trust is lost in the relationship to the point where you need to follow you partner and go through their phone, then it might be time to move on to something else.