Cheating signs: How your husband or wife’s friends can inadvertently reveal infidelity

Cheating is one of the most painful things a person can go through.

The betrayal by a loved one is hard for many to get over, and often destroys a relationship.

If you are concerned your partner is cheating on you there are various signs you can look out for.

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One of these involves your other half’s friends.

Your partner’s friends are likely to know them just as well, if not better, than you.

For this reason, they could give you a clue as to your spouse’s fidelity.

According to an expert, if your partner’s friends have become distant it could be sign they have met someone else.

Psychologist Paul Coleman, PsyD, author of Finding Peace When Your Heart Is In Pieces told website Prevention: “There is a good chance your partner’s friends may know what’s really going on before you do.”

If your notice their friends acting strangely it might be time to confront your partner about their suspicions.

But there are a number of other signs that could tip you off to a cheat.

Amazingly, one website claimed Leave voters are more likely to cheat on their partner. 

According to statistics compiled over the the 15 years that the dating site has been operating, hard economic times typically sees an increase in infidelity.

Seventy per cent of the 1000 members of surveyed that admitted to voting to leave the EU.

It could be your husband or wife is cheating if they don’t put you on their social media. 

NYC-based love and life coach Susan Winter told Elite Daily that someone not connecting with their partner on social media is the “worst case scenario”.

Refusing to pose with someone in a picture, just the two of them, is also a sign.

“If you’re in a photo [with them], it’s with a group so as to not signal a romantic connection,” she said.

Is your other half putting in more effort for work. This could be a sign of cheating, an expert claimed. 

Suzanne Degges-White, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Counselling, Adult, and Higher Education at Northern Illinois University revealed that if you notice your partner taking more care over their looks it can be a bad sign.