The Mind of a Cheater

By August 17, 2010cheating spouse

Inside the Mind of a Cheating Boyfriend or Cheating Girlfriend

Cheating Girlfriend or Cheating BoyfriendAfter reading a recent article by Judy Dutton printed in the Daily News, we decided to help our readers get inside the mind of cheaters with some of the wonderful tips she had pointed out. If your significant other is living by these rules, you may want to speak to a professional, licensed investigator today to see if you have a cheating spouse on your hands.

Rule #1: Clearing the cache and cookies from a computer.
Rule #2: Keeping their cell on them at all times, so no one can check their call logs.
Rule #3: Treating their significant other like a queen.

Why would someone cheat if they are still treating their significant other like a queen? Are they unhappy? Bored or unsatisfied in their marriage? Researcher Shirley Glass says no. When polling more than 300 men and women on this question, she found 56% of men and 34% of women who had affairs rated their marriage as “happy” or even “very happy.” This comes to the point: Keeping someone happy at home is NOT a guarantee that your relationship will remain infidelity-free.

Interestingly enough, Todd Shackelford at Florida Atlantic University and David Buss at University of Texas conducted personality tests on 107 newlywed couples and disclosed that there were ONLY three reliable tip-offs that someone might cheat on you down the line.

3 Prominent Signs of a Cheater

  • Narcissism: Narcissists have an overdeveloped sense of self-importance, which often gives itself away in the tiniest actions.
  • Low conscientiousness: This is the inability to see how one’s actions impact others. These people tend to be late and forgetful, and are probably constantly apologizing for their slip-ups.
  • Psychoticism: This is a lack of self-control that can manifest itself in sudden disappearances or breaking off friendships without explanation.

Do these signs of a cheater pertain to your current relationship? Are these words hitting too close to home? If so, you may want to speak to a private investigator for a free consultation. Seeking a professional’s opinion grants you an objective third party perspective that is100% unbiased and confidential. Let us help you find peace of mind in your time of need.