Is My Girlfriend Going To Cheat On Me?

Hey there, Steve here and welcome to this week’s private eye post. Today we’ll be answering the question, “Is my girlfriend going to cheat on me?”

No-one usually enters a relationship thinking they will be cheated on. Unless you’ve been hurt by cheating in the past, of course. In fact, most women who cheated on their previous partner, don’t enter into a new relationship thinking they will cheat again. Even if they do end up cheating on their new boyfriend.

So, how can you tell if she will cheat on you? Is it possible to know the answer to the question before you get too involved with her?

Well, surprisingly enough you can get a fairly accurate idea of whether she will or won’t, simply by answering a few basic questions. Let’s dive in…

Disclaimer: This information is for general educational purposes only and will not apply to all situations — everyone is unique after all. For help with an individual situation, please contact us or use the live chat feature [when available] on this page—the first call is free, and we may just be able to put your mind at rest!


#1 She’s Got “Previous”

What’s the first thing every police force does whenever a crime is committed? They look for people in the area who have a previous history of committing a similar crime. Cheating is exactly the same. If she has a history of cheating, then statistically there is a huge increase in the chances she will cheat on you too.


#2 Heavy Social Media Usage

A study shows heavy users of social media are much more likely to cheat than people who either don’t use social media, or only use it occasionally. The studies were conducted on Twitter and Facebook users, but I don’t believe it really matters what the platform really is. The platform is essentially a third wheel, causing relationship conflicts which result in cheating and breakups.

Read the study here:


#3 Works Closely With A Man

I’ve discussed in previous posts that many cases of cheating happen at work. Think about it — we spend a considerable amount of time with our work colleagues. Bonds are formed over long periods of time. They see us in vulnerable states in the morning. They listen as we talk about our lives, our relationships, our ups and our downs. But these relationships are also free of the usual day-to-day stresses of real adult relationships. We can be inspired by how a work colleague performs — by their knowledge, drive, and enthusiasm. Women typically start emotional affairs way before physical ones. So, if she works closely with a man, then there is an increased chance of her cheating with him at some point in the future.


#4 A Girl Is Her Friends

One of my readers sent me this video via social media — and it’s a frank and honest take on how most girl’s attitudes and behaviours are formed by their friends. There are no punches pulled in this video, so only watch it if you’re not easily offended.

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Until next week,