One of the worst feelings imaginable is suspecting that your partner is being unfaithful. You immediately envision the life that you have created crumbling in front of your eyes. For a hot minute, you convince yourself that it is all in your head, but that nagging feeling —i.e. your intuition — knows that something is just not right. Your heart wants you to immediately confront your mate, but your head is telling you to think it through and consider these questions to ask if you think your partner is cheating.
If you have suspicion, but no solid evidence that your partner has been unfaithful, you may not want to immediately initiate an emotional confrontation. Cheating partners have a way of making their mates feel and sound paranoid. Without proof, your accusation may lead your partner to better cover their tracks in the future. If you are married or a parent, you will want to obtain evidence of the infidelity in the event you decide to move forward with a divorce or a custody agreement. Even without physical evidence, there is a reason you get a gut feeling. If you believe your partner is cheating, there is a very good chance that you are correct.
The following are some questions to help guide you once you decide that you a ready to confront your partner.