People make mistakes. Sometimes they’re preventable, but other times they’re just plain unavoidable. But when a mistake is made that risks her finding out that you’ve had a no strings attached fling on the side, you may want to start trying to figure out ways to put out the fire even before it starts burning. Learning the signs that tell you she’s starting to think you’re cheating is the most important thing you can do to save your relationship, as well as to continue having all type of naughty fun with your fling.
It’s not her. It’s you.
When a woman starts thinking that you’re cheating, it’s usually because of something that you did, not a sudden random suspicion. There are several things you’ve probably started doing that you don’t even realize, but she most definitely does. For example, recently, you may have started to care more about the way you look. If you’re quick to leave the house in sweatpants and a dingy t-shirt with her, but put more of an effort to look good when you’re going out without her, she’s already getting that sneaking suspicion that you’re up to no good.
She may start having more of an interest in where you’re going and whom you’ll be with. When this happens, play it cool. Don’t make a scene if she does not trust you, or worst, don’t cancel your plans and stay home to prove her wrong. Instead, tell her a place that you often frequent and offer to invite her along. Nine times out of ten, she’s not going to want to go, and when she turns you down, make sure you stop at the place you mentioned to her. Tell her you’re with the guys at a bar and text her picture of something located inside of the bar with a witty caption to smooth over her suspicions. Afterward, go see your fling, but keep it short. You want to get back to your lady quickly, but not too quick.
Never admit to being unfaithful unless she has undeniable proof.
Women like to ask a lot of questions, even when they already know the answers. If your lady starts asking you a bunch of questions about your whereabouts and who you’ve been spending time with, chances are that she already knows you’ve been cheating, but just cannot prove it.
When she starts coming at you with numerous questions, don’t let yourself get frazzled or break down. Listen carefully and quietly, and learn to think quickly. Try to find ways to find loops in her assumptions, even if she’s absolutely correct. Never admit to cheating, and if possible, try to turn it around to her not trusting you. Make sure you have tricks hidden up your sleeves like gifts you’ve bought in advanced and how you’ve been working odd hours at embarrassing jobs so that you could give them to her on special occasions. Piece together your own made-up janitorial uniform or something that helps strengthen your argument and takes the heat off of you. Never admit your wrongdoing unless you’re ready to stop hiding it. Don’t let her force it out of you.