How can I know if my girlfriend is cheating on me by communicating over the Internet?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Jayden Read



How can I know if my girlfriend is cheating on me by communicating over the Internet?

How do I know if my girlfriend is cheating on me on websites?

Has he cheated on you in the past? Is there any particular reason to think that she might be cheating on you?

What websites? Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, dating sites, what?

You mean her using websites to connect with people? Flirting with people online?

How often do you visit these websites? Are you obsessed with them and acting secretly?

There really isn't a definitive way to find out without invading your privacy, which I don't think is a good idea. If you entered their phone or computer without their permission and you didn't

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How do I know if my girlfriend is cheating on me on websites?

Has he cheated on you in the past? Is there any particular reason to think that she might be cheating on you?

What websites? Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, dating sites, what?

You mean her using websites to connect with people? Flirting with people online?

How often do you visit these websites? Are you obsessed with them and acting secretly?

There really isn't a definitive way to find out without invading your privacy, which I don't think is a good idea. If you broke into their phone or computer without their permission and found nothing ... That wouldn't end well. People use social media. People have relationships (friendships, acquaintances, coworkers, etc.) and communications with people outside of a relationship.

I'm going to give you some suggestions:

  • Think about your girlfriend and her personality, demeanor and past. Do you have a history of being untrustworthy? Or is she known for being honest and trustworthy? People can change and there is a scoop for everything, but past behaviors and traits are good predictors.
  • Think about yourself and the possible insecurities you may have. Have you been cheated or betrayed in the past? Sorry if you have, I know it can affect future relationships and cause a hard time trusting people. Is there anything that may have given you reason to feel this way?
  • Talk to your girlfriend. I do not suggest immediately resorting to accusing her of cheating. You can communicate with her in whatever way you see fit if you have any feelings of jealousy, insecurity, doubts, or whatever you are feeling. Talk about any concerns you have about the use of these "websites." You will only have to evaluate their responses and behavior. If she's good, she'll appreciate your being open with her and showing her that you're comfortable with her discussing these kinds of situations. Be mature and respectful.

I can't really give more information without knowing more about their relationship and what exactly these websites are. Good luck.

So that?

See, this is so much easier to tackle head-on. We all have fears, we all have factors that break agreements, we all want to control the things we cannot control. All the world.

In your relationships, it is a simple matter of sharing your fears and the things you will never tolerate. How will the other know if you don't specify?

Not specifying is how things go wrong.

So don't worry if they are doing that there.

Because fear is dangerous and makes us behave terribly.

Instead, just share her heart ...

  • These are my feelings for you
  • These are my fears for you
  • These are my fears
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So that?

See, this is so much easier to tackle head-on. We all have fears, we all have factors that break agreements, we all want to control the things we cannot control. All the world.

In your relationships, it is a simple matter of sharing your fears and the things you will never tolerate. How will the other know if you don't specify?

Not specifying is how things go wrong.

So don't worry if they are doing that there.

Because fear is dangerous and makes us behave terribly.

Instead, just share her heart ...

  • These are my feelings for you
  • These are my fears for you
  • These are my fears about our relationship
  • These are the things that I will never tolerate from anyone
  • I would never do any of these things out of respect for you
  • I hope you respect my limits, because ...
  • That's how strong my feelings are for you

Just do that, early, not often, and if things change.

The burden of honesty is always there, for all parties, but fear is never worth living in.

(Also, nothing online is real)

It depends on what you really want to say. You mean "my girlfriend is having an affair and chatting with her lover online?" or "how can I use my computer to see if it is cheating on me?"

I presume the first. However, in my experience, if you think she is cheating on you, the best plan is to ask her and assess her reaction. When a relationship begins to unravel, honesty is the best policy to limit the time of pain for both of you. The fact that you even suspect that he is cheating shows that he is already beginning to disintegrate. Maybe it can be fixed, maybe it's time for it to be over. You will not find out

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It depends on what you really want to say. You mean "my girlfriend is having an affair and chatting with her lover online?" or "how can I use my computer to see if it is cheating on me?"

I presume the first. However, in my experience, if you think she is cheating on you, the best plan is to ask her and assess her reaction. When a relationship begins to unravel, honesty is the best policy to limit the time of pain for both of you. The fact that you even suspect that he is cheating shows that he is already beginning to disintegrate. Maybe it can be fixed, maybe it's time for it to be over. You won't know until you talk to her.

There are three ways I can suggest you try and find out;

1- Hire a private idiot to follow you or a hacker to check your phone, tablet or computer. Unfortunately, that could get expensive and if they don't find anything, you're just wasting money.

2-If you know anything about hacking someone's phone or social media accounts and / or are willing to learn, you may be able to get the products (if any).

3-Or you can do it for free and a little more proactive. You could just tell them that trust in your relationship is very important and that you have some concerns (like being overprotective of t

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There are three ways I can suggest you try and find out;

1- Hire a private idiot to follow you or a hacker to check your phone, tablet or computer. Unfortunately, that could get expensive and if they don't find anything, you're just wasting money.

2-If you know anything about hacking someone's phone or social media accounts and / or are willing to learn, you may be able to get the products (if any).

3-Or you can do it for free and a little more proactive. You could tell them that trust in your relationship is very important and that you have some concerns (like being overprotective of your phone / tablet) and ask * why. But also say that cheating would be a deal breaker and probably the end of your relationship.

By doing it that way, you're not really accusing them of anything, but warning them that if it's happening or thinking about it, that may put them back on track.

* Sometimes there are valid reasons to protect access to your phone / tablet. When I got my first smartphone, the "kids" would grab it and say I need this app or that and install it or set it to do something automatically. But now those apps would often screw up other things or I'd have to spend hours trying to learn the new way they set it up, so I became very protective of anyone who touched my phone.

You must also observe your own behavior. I did my part of fucking in my youth and when I got married and vowed to be 100% faithful. My wife had her share of partners and I believed that she shared the same sentiment. And while I don't think he ever cheated on me sexually, he cheated on me in other ways, the biggest damage was his attitude towards money. She pissed him off like a drunken sailor on stupid things and acted like it wasn't a big deal to spend $ 1,000 a month on credit card debt even though she (we) had good jobs and had a lot of disposable income and didn't need to put things out. in the card.

I tried to talk to her "kindly" about it. She understood that this meant that I was not really angry, that I was weak, and that she could continue to treat money as if it meant nothing (although she began to hide her methods and purchases). I won't even tell you how much he totaled in the end because you wouldn't believe me and think I'm a complete jerk for not TAKING CONTROL instead of choosing to try and be an equal partner. What I should have done is set all my limits and ask him to do the same from the beginning. By waiting and not addressing issues (she had a few others) early, it became a game for her how to fool the jerk ... and I'm paying for it now.

There are 3 sides to every break; his, his and that disinterested third party who does not know the players; they can only discard the available information and try to determine who is MOST at fault because rarely is one person the total victim. It wasn't perfect and I admit it, but she was far more destructive with lasting consequences.

But that is MY reason why it is so important when you are entering a relationship that it seems like it could be long term to discuss goals and boundaries before you go too far. A lesson that I have learned the hard way and for which I have already erased some of the list before going too far. I want my next relationship to last with a minimum amount of surprises and potential pain. I hope they do the same.

I read here that some people believe that the evidence shouldn't matter ...

I'm sorry you had to read such a superficial ledger ... because evidence matters more than anything ...

This is why ...

When you are in a relationship where there are red flags. It is natural to be suspicious of certain behaviors. When you ask about these behaviors and the other person becomes defensive or responds by becoming even more reserved. I agree that you have a huge relationship problem on your hands.

Depending on the stakes and who else is involved and will be affected by the state of the relationship, it will be determined whether

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I read here that some people believe that the evidence shouldn't matter ...

I'm sorry you had to read such a superficial ledger ... because evidence matters more than anything ...

This is why ...

When you are in a relationship where there are red flags. It is natural to be suspicious of certain behaviors. When you ask about these behaviors and the other person becomes defensive or responds by becoming even more reserved. I agree that you have a huge relationship problem on your hands.

Depending on the stakes and who else is involved and affected by the state of the relationship, it will be determined whether it is important to collect that evidence or not.

It matters if you are making important decisions in life. Small relationship issues can be resolved, including trust issues over time. But the important decisions that affect everyone cannot be undone.

Many people go through good times and bad times in a marriage or relationship. Infidelity is the most obvious and universal line drawn in the sand when it comes to relationships.

When a divorce or long-term relationship ends, it affects everyone and our relationships with everyone involved. I will list as many as I can and I apologize if I forget any. I never wish to be like those who didn't even think about how others feel.

  1. Friends in common ...
  2. Relatives / in-laws from both sides.
  3. Sons and stepchildren
  4. Co-workers and business partners
  5. People with whom we have agreements or financial responsibilities as well.

It is not limited to declaring that the relationship is over or beyond repair due to periodic trust issues, disputes, or communication challenges when so much is at stake.

Can you imagine going through a divorce and putting everyone involved, including you, in that level of stress, tension and uncertainty due to a hunch you had?

I could not.

He knew what the consequences were of leaving his wife and children in the 1990s. There was no way that he would leave my home, my children, my in-laws and put all relationships related to my marriage in a state of uncertainty and discomfort due to a slump in my relationship with my wife, unless she cheated on me. And thinking about it, suspecting it, even when everything she was doing seemed like it, it wasn't enough to disconnect with all those other innocent people being affected.

Can you imagine me doing that and causing all that disappointment and bringing all that uncertainty into the lives of the people I loved without any evidence? My kids went through hell in that divorce. He could have endured the infidelity if she had admitted it instead of hiding it.

I NEVER could have ended that marriage without proof. And if my suspicions had turned out to be wrong, I could never have forgiven myself for putting them through that. Nor would I expect them to forgive me or look at me kindly. It would have tainted my relationship with my children.

So what can I do? She was never going to tell me or any counselor. He would be trapped until he got the evidence. I wouldn't have a closure and neither would they until I got that evidence. I could never look into my eyes in that mirror without questioning whether I made the right decision to stop trying to fix a broken relationship without the evidence ...

With this in mind, I suggest that you use all legal resources to find the truth ...

  1. Hire and Computer Geek… Leave the devices to him. Old phones Tablets, PCs, etc. Make him take back all he can
  2. Hire a catfish to do your unholy colonoscopy online. If your audience is fair game.
  3. Request access to all social networks that your spouse has
  4. If you pay for smartphones and the Internet. track everything.
  5. If you can afford it, hire a private investigator

NEVER HIRE A HACKER ... You and most of your contacts will be exposed to people who do not obey any laws or limits, not to mention that scammers promise quick, easy and cheap results and that all you get is extortion in return.

NEVER make the decision to rule out on suspicion. Even if you have every reason to be suspicious. Suspicion does not mean that you automatically condemn your partner and disrupt everyone's life.

NEVER say “it doesn't matter” if there are so many other people who will be upset or have their lives significantly altered by the decisions you make about this relationship.

Because it should matter….

If not, you would not be asking these questions.

I hope this helps

I have been the other woman of an extremely discreet and relatively tech-savvy man. He prioritized "not getting caught" above everything else.

  • He persecuted me in anonymous circumstances. We met in a place where we were both looking to have semi-anonymous sex. It wasn't exactly an office party where many witnesses who knew each other could testify to our meeting.
  • When contacting me, you used a disposable email associated with a pseudonym. (For the record, me too). In the absence of a subpoena from the FBI, it couldn't be traced back to his real name, employer, or anything that would have given him a tip.
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I have been the other woman of an extremely discreet and relatively tech-savvy man. He prioritized "not getting caught" above everything else.

  • He persecuted me in anonymous circumstances. We met in a place where we were both looking to have semi-anonymous sex. It wasn't exactly an office party where many witnesses who knew each other could testify to our meeting.
  • When contacting me, you used a disposable email associated with a pseudonym. (For the record, me too). In the absence of a subpoena from the FBI, it couldn't be traced back to his real name, employer, or anything that would have given him away.
  • On that note, he used an alternate phone number instead of his own. Is not difficult; Google Voice offers many options and even allows you to choose your area code.
  • He contacted me only when he was away from his wife. In other words, he made absolutely sure that there was no way for her to suspect anything. (It's worth noting that I had no way to reach him right away. He could text, call, or email * me * whenever he wanted and get a quick response - the reverse was not true at all) .
  • He never allowed me to visit him at his home. Neighbors are likely to be witnesses, and he may have inadvertently left something for his wife to find. We always met at my house or in a public place where no one knew us.


Basically, he did it so that she had no way of gathering evidence, even if - and considering everything she was doing to maintain an image of innocence, that was a * huge * yes - she was suspicious and prying.

I hate to validate mistrust and paranoia in relationships, but the lack of physical evidence doesn't preclude infidelity, especially if the would-be cheater is risk averse.

The more honest one is, the more easily they can detect deception. However, those who are deceitful cannot, as they are caught in the mess and generally think that those who are honest are deceiving them because their nature is the opposite of theirs.

For example, a narco is only nice when he wants something, so if you are nice to a narco, they will think you want something. Same with a cheater, as it takes a certain amount of narcissism to cheat.

So yeah, all any ex-SO who cheated had to do was walk through the door and it was easy to realize that something had changed in their behavior. Gra

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The more honest one is, the more easily they can detect deception. However, those who are deceitful cannot, as they are caught in the mess and generally think that those who are honest are deceiving them because their nature is the opposite of theirs.

For example, a narco is only nice when he wants something, so if you are nice to a narco, they will think you want something. Same with a cheater, as it takes a certain amount of narcissism to cheat.

So yeah, all any ex-SO who cheated had to do was walk through the door and it was easy to realize that something had changed in their behavior. Okay, he liked to call me crazy if I mentioned it, so I never did. At least not after the first time, lmao.

But, since he was such an idiot after the first time, I could never feel the same for him, for the second time, I didn't care what he did. This was the same with all cheaters after the first one.

After that, I only cared how they treated me. If they continued to treat me right, I would stay and let them have fun.

If they didn't, I left. Having stayed so often, I learned many different things.

  • If a man cheats on your friend once, she will hate him there after as he will hate her.
  • If a man cheats on the waitress at his favorite restaurant, be it once or many times, he will not only spoil the wife's order, whether the wife is having dinner with her friends or her husband or boyfriend, but he will leave the drinks behind. and the dinner plates. on the wife too.
  • If a man has an affair with a woman and the wife or girlfriend does nothing about it and says nothing, the woman he is cheating with will become very cheeky by leaving clues. If the clues are not recognized, chances are that at one point or another he will go crazy with the wife or girlfriend and expose the whole thing.
  • If you are cheating on someone from work, she will tell your wife or girlfriend if it was a one-time thing or a full-blown affair. Never mind.
    • If you are cheating with a man at work or another business partner, you may notice that your SO comes home with the wrong socks, underwear, shirt or tie, or even shoes. But that's all that will happen, since you won't lose your job to the bone. Also, men who cheat are more discreet than women who cheat.
  • If you are cheating on your hairdresser, whether your stylist is male or female, they are cheating on the wife or girlfriend. The same with your doctor, dentist or any other medical professional you share and also with your mechanic and banker.

Staying and knowing that you have the freedom to do the same if you want can be very interesting, lmao. I mean there is no reason to make a scene and lose half of your stuff when you have just been granted all the freedoms in the whole world. No amount of pride is worth such a financial loss.

There are many tell-tale signs of the OS, but if that's not enough, wait like it turns into an affair, the lover will get revenge 99.9% of the time even if he never leaves, and even worse if he stays home. a long-term game.

Seriously, I don't know how men know if women are cheating as men don't do the things women do probably because they don't want someone to beat them up on that ass. But women want recognition because if they piss him off, they will fall in love with him one way or another. So women misbehave.

Regardless, if you are talking to a liar, you should not expect him to tell the truth, especially when you have something to hide.

With that in mind, there is a way that men can learn if women are cheating just as fast as women can learn if men are cheating if they feel they need proof.

How to do this, you ask?

The answer is simple!

The cheater said they were going to be somewhere one night. Then they came home and they really didn't want to talk about it and they called you nosy and accused you of doing all sorts of things besides wondering how the event was.

When they do this, you make a diary entry and wait 6 months and ask them how the concert was, or what they did without you.

What A Concert?

I didn't go to a concert.

You are fucking crazy.

Why are you doing this kind of nonsense?

What's wrong with you?

Don't get mad at him or her and don't get involved. Instead, be happy! That's when you know you have the full license to cheat and do whatever you want.

Remember, the more the merrier!

No, don't trust her or stay in the relationship any longer. I assume this is a sexual relationship, not a strictly business relationship. Sex is based on sex (either the INTENTION to have sex or to have sex). No average man for a woman is spending so much time, effort and resources for a woman from whom he is not getting something. Yes, there are PLATONIC male friends who will do favors or male relatives to the woman who will help. Will they do their best like you did? I will answer for you. The answer is no. Those men are not doing what you were doing. There is a dif

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No, don't trust her or stay in the relationship any longer. I assume this is a sexual relationship, not a strictly business relationship. Sex is based on sex (either the INTENTION to have sex or to have sex). No average man for a woman is spending so much time, effort and resources for a woman from whom he is not getting something. Yes, there are PLATONIC male friends who will do favors or male relatives to the woman who will help. Will they do their best like you did? I will answer for you. The answer is no. Those men are not doing what you were doing. There is a difference between them and you.

For now she is not to be trusted, she is not to be trusted and misleading for having another penis inside her. The only reason this matters is because of the sex. You care for the sex. I don't know your girlfriend and it doesn't affect me that she has another penis. There are other types of relationships besides sexual intercourse. If my girlfriend cheats, the SEX is over. I don't really feel the ". . . But I love her stuff. "Well, she loves you like a brother if she's choosing another penis to ride. So if you want to keep her in your life, good for you: from here on it's" what's up, sister ? "What is going on? even cousin. "

So my advice if you want to be nice is to transition from a previous SEX (because it's over) to a PLATONIAN RELATIONSHIP. No more DATES NEVER - NEVER until infinity comes and goes. What will likely happen is that she will realize that she needs a male provider that is YOU as she sexually rides all the Alpha males. She is now too experienced for her tastes and there should be NO REASON why the two of you are alone together or in public alone. I tell you that she will try to do exactly that to make you accept her and be her cuckold. You don't have to allow that to happen. Be polite, respectful, etc. “We will never be together again, but we can just be friends if you want.

Wow ... do you have audio and video of her having sex with someone else? Where were you under the bed?

Reading between the lines, I feel like you're obsessed with the idea that she's cheating, so you've been secretly recording her in hopes of getting proof. And now you have something on file that you think is "proof positive." She says it is not. Unless the recording is of her having sex, I think you are deliberately misinterpreting your "evidence" because you want to believe that she is cheating, not because she really is.

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Wow ... do you have audio and video of her having sex with someone else? Where were you under the bed?

Reading between the lines, I feel like you're obsessed with the idea that she's cheating, so you've been secretly recording her in hopes of getting proof. And now you have something on file that you think is "proof positive." She says it is not. Unless the recording is of her having sex, I think you are deliberately misinterpreting your "evidence" because you want to believe that she is cheating, not because she really is.

Most adults, faced with evidence of infidelity on video, will confess. So unless your girlfriend is an evil narcissist, which you don't mention, I suspect the problem is your jealousy and paranoia, not her fidelity.

Yes, there is a tool. Women are not good two timekeepers. One guy is getting the best of her and the other is getting the least possible. So, I think the easy question for you is this: is she still your girlfriend? There must have been a time when he treated you well and you didn't question his loyalty.

You don't need to know if she's cheating on her and you don't need to accuse her. Is she still your girlfriend? Just decide if she treats you like you are important to her. Ask if you can regain the passion you once had. Nothing else matters. If she can bring it back, and your plea

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Yes, there is a tool. Women are not good two timekeepers. One guy is getting the best of her and the other is getting the least possible. So, I think the easy question for you is this: is she still your girlfriend? There must have been a time when he treated you well and you didn't question his loyalty.

You don't need to know if she's cheating on her and you don't need to accuse her. Is she still your girlfriend? Just decide if she treats you like you are important to her. Ask if you can regain the passion you once had. Nothing else matters. If she can bring you back and you are satisfied, then it is unlikely that she has been cheating.

If you can't regain the passion, well, what does it matter? Both are better off alone. If you can save the relationship, great. Otherwise, you are just waiting for some very bad news that you don't need to hear. Run and sail away.

In the first place, WHY would you want to contact her when SHE was the one who cheated on you? Why do you want to relive the fact that you loved and trusted her so much and then she decided to rip your heart out and tear it to pieces like that?

Delete his name and old and new photos and messages from your phone. Then delete / throw away all the photos you have of her in your house or send them to the idiot she slept with.

Don't give him any reason to ever contact you. Because once a cheater is always a cheater. Like an alcoholic. Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic. They never chan

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In the first place, WHY would you want to contact her when SHE was the one who cheated on you? Why do you want to relive the fact that you loved and trusted her so much and then she decided to rip your heart out and tear it to pieces like that?

Delete his name and old and new photos and messages from your phone. Then delete / throw away all the photos you have of her in your house or send them to the idiot she slept with.

Don't give him any reason to ever contact you. Because once a cheater is always a cheater. Like an alcoholic. Once an alcoholic, always an alcoholic. They will never change, no matter how much they try to change. Get out there and find someone who deserves you! :)

Can you - yes. In case ... maybe probably not ... it depends.

If you and your girl are "firm" then no. If both of you haven't committed to a relationship that is exclusive… then I don't see any flaws in this. However, if you THINK SHE THINKS you are exclusive ... you better figure it out.

Dating is a time to hang out with a lot of people. I don't think people should get that serious ... unless you're serious ... but since you're thinking of cheating, you're NOT serious.

But if you do, you may lose it one way or another ... because it gives you permission to "cheat" (except it's not "cheat" if

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Can you - yes. In case ... maybe probably not ... it depends.

If you and your girl are "firm" then no. If both of you haven't committed to a relationship that is exclusive… then I don't see any flaws in this. However, if you THINK SHE THINKS you are exclusive ... you better figure it out.

Dating is a time to hang out with a lot of people. I don't think people should get that serious ... unless you're serious ... but since you're thinking of cheating, you're NOT serious.

But if you do, you may lose it one way or another ... because it gives you permission to "cheat" (except that it is not "cheat" if you both agree not to be exclusive).

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