Usually, when my wife and I are watching TV or eating dinner, our phones are resting nearby.
And we use each other’s phones as a quick proxy if we can’t find our own.
If suddenly her phone was never sitting around, if she “needed” it when I asked to borrow it, and if she started to always carry it with her, there would definitely be room for suspicion.
Also, if his phone habits change drastically, be mindful.
More online interactions are requiring passwords for access, which means we’re increasingly saving our passwords on our personal devices.
If you use your beau’s laptop, his email login info is probably saved in his cookies.
Let’s say you enter a room when he’s on the computer, you notice him notice you, and he furtively hits the keyboard quickly.
When you get to see the screen, it seems like an innocuous website, but you notice it’s at the top of the page and not mid-scroll.
But there’s a difference between that and NEVER letting it alone.
If it’s not near your birthday, anniversary, or any other possibly important holiday, it’s totally within your rights to ask him what he was looking at.
You’re looking at his Facebook page, Instagram feed, or some other site and notice he’s following or is friends with a lot of hot young women.
Any action that starts to impact you and your relationship can be damaging.
Your gut may be telling you something is wrong, if you have an emotionally distant partner who seems to value his computer time over time with you. On the heels of the last two, this sign adds even more fuel to the cheating flame.