The fact that there's actually a market for married people in online dating baffles us a little.Why even get married if you're just going to be cruising around the dark online world of married dating sites?Sometimes a wife’s behavior can indicate cheating, just because there are indications and suspicions though does not mean there is cheating. Sure, he has encroached on your territory, has stepped in where he doesn’t belong but, threats or physical violence from you will land you in jail and push your wife further into his arms. When you discover the infidelity you will experience many different emotions.My first piece of advice to anyone who doesn’t have definitive proof of cheating is to not let your suspicions get away with you and don’t make accusations of infidelity unless you’re absolutely sure there is an issue to be dealt with. And, like the old saying goes, “when you wallow with pigs, expect to get dirty.” Your wife and the other man have lowered their standard, that doesn’t mean you have to also. You will fear losing your wife, your marriage ending and of course the shame of knowing that marital trust has been broken.
You've promised to be there for them through more than just sickness and health, but until death.For example, 51 percent say sending flirtatious messages is always cheating, 19 percent say the same about watching pornography without a partner and 16 percent say following an ex on social media is always cheating.But in each of these cases, at least 25 percent of respondents say these activities "sometimes" constitute cheating. New technologies muddle old assumptions about adultery, creating a gray area that couples can struggle to navigate together, said Katherine Hertlein, a therapist and professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, who studies how technology affects family life.If your desire is to save your marriage I urge you to talk to a therapist before confronting your wife.A therapist can help you process the information and emotions and guide you in the steps you need to take to save the marriage.4.