In fact, there are many relationships/marragies that do get back on track after the suspicious partner catches them cheating. Just like anything you invest a lot into, its very difficult to walk away without atleast some effort in getting back on track. If you dig a little and find nothing it relieves you because of all the times you dug a little and find the other womans earrings and lipstick. All of you that say the person with no trust is bad must be cheating. Hope all your wives cheat on you and you can shutup when she says No way babe. (But im fkn HIM) just enjoy your little conversation there, pal ...so, “you know where he is 100% of the time”. If that is the case…then it’s just two tech-y people, or perhaps a wife who did it because she already has a workaround (another phone, GPS spoofer, etc.). He finally screwed up, I seen he filed for divorce! I can’t see any significant benefit for anyone in giving it to me just for the asking. So, I have no way to know what actors playing attorneys act like. I always wondered how it felt to be ‘Hamilton Berger’ and know all your cases will go out the window because someone confessed to a crime in court. As a computer guy and student of Internet Law, I would advise against these suggestions.
If that’s NOT the case…then you need to just LEAVE. Either he is a huge cheater and not worth your time, or (possibly) you are a control freak and this poor guy can’t duck into the golf shop (or, God forbid, Zales or Jared for your stupid surprise anniversary gift) while he is supposed to be at work or something. Thank God I have a wife who trusts me, who I trust, and both for good reason. Sorry for your suck life Everytime I ask my girlfriend r u cheated or talking to guys on Facebook send pictures I know one time to send picture to one of my friends she didn’t know of there anyway I can spy on her cell phone without him knowing or her Facebook please “It’s always fun to make your spouse panic…” Yeah, because why would he want to spend an extra half hour in the bar when he could be at home with his crazy, possessive wife? And, if I abscond with any cell phone, that is theft and, if it is an expensive phone, probably a felony. Under the Internet Privacy Act, all of them can be construed as hacking.
You can often deterine who owns a particular landline number simply by entering the number into Google search. Check your spouse's cell phone's address book for names you don’t recognize. If your spouse is clever, he or she will be using a second cell phone—or just a second SIM card—-for communicating with their lover. So she waited, basically, until you were helpless and unable to defend yourself, and then went snooping. And IF (and that’s a big if) I’m wrong, why go through the trouble of being a shady douchebag????
Chances are your spouse won’t take the risk of entering the full name of the person he or she is cheating with, so look for numbers that are identified merely with initials or a first name. Check the text messages and email on your spouse's cell phone. Perhaps your spouse chose to save a couple of the steamy ones for later playback. Your spouse may also have been smart enough to purchase a pre-paid phone or SIM, so nothing will appear on your credit-card bills. If your spouse calls you from a cell phone number you don’t recognize, that may be cause for suspicion. Cheating is as old as the world, we all know that only that today it seems that more than every the cheating is proliferated and in some cases promoted.
Don’t forget that recent polls show 12% of men have cheated in the past year while 7% of women cheated. Either way I agree, without trust what is there in the relationship? Do you have any advice for anyone that’s going through the avanlace, tornado, hurricane of hurtful betrayals? I mean, when you read your message out loud, you don’t think it makes you sound possesive, paranoid or just plain crazy???? That way I can be sure I have as much as I’m going to get, legally.What happened to cause a loss of trust in the relationship? But keep in mind there are many relationships that begin with great trust and countines like that for years. Don’t you have any sense of privacy or respect for your spouse? And it’s not a question of whether you are doing something wrong or not, it’s a question of boundaries that every relationship must have! And there are definite consequences if s/he is holding back.So when this changes, and you have so much invested in the relationship, it’s easier said that done to just walk away. All yall talkin about no trust are probably cheating. Did you let him know you had the GPS, and that you had also installed it on YOUR phone so he could find YOU wherever you went? I guarantee there are a lot of people out there who can hack an individual phone.Text messages and emails are the modern means of sending love letters, and your spouse may have kept them on their phone for ongoing enjoyment. Try calling the other number when your spouse is home and see how they react. Youngest had to see Daddy pour hot coffee on Mommy after many other incidents…. Husband realized it was MY brother, stopped whipsering..stumbled over his words,said.. There are couples that brag about cheating each other.
If you happen to find an extra SIM card, stick it in a phone and see what phone numbers are stored on it. Check your spouse’s computer for any incriminating email messages. I am scared to lose kids, be alone, there is no way I should still be with him. Ppl that know him, say he is a flirt, always has been…always will be. All she needed to see was a few things and after this year of hell, for me and kids. Nor let me see Pay Pal creditcard statemeny, oe the other 3 cards maxed out while paying for all.those sites, trademark emails, u name it. If those people know they’ll be cheating, why do they get married in the first place? Before you confront your spouse and accuse them of cheating you need to make sure you have some solid proof.
Seriously, he’s not your property, he’s not a child. Lied about still having internet when me our final bill he had been keeping. I never thought after 20 years he would go on not ONE but 8 or 9..maybe more dating sites. After it hits the cell tower, I am probably talking wire fraud or worse. Everything other than that, s/he is free to do or say what s/he wants about/to me. So I would make sure that everything between her/him is on the record. I would save myself the grief and get an attorney before I commit a federal crime… Accessing someone else’s (even a spouse’s) private information without their knowledge is a felony. When I discovered what she was up to the marrige was pretty much over from that point on. That and a few other ill advised activities have been brought up in the divorce procedings.