How can you tell if your spouse is cheating? If he or she is lying to you constantly, then your spouse may be trying to cover up an affair. How do you really know if he or she is lying...read on to find out instantly.
Okay you asked your spouse a question and then caught him or her in a little white lie. Now that you think about it, you have caught your spouse lying before but did not think too much about it. If your spouse is telling you one lie then he or she may be lying about something more serious, an affair.
Here are some surefire ways to know if your spouse is lying or not.
- When you ask a question your spouse acts uncomfortable answering and he or she becomes very talkative, your spouse may be lying. For instance, you ask why your spouse was gone so long and then he or she rambles on about all the people that he or she saw and talked to and how their best friend needed to talk for a long time and on and on...then it all might be a lie. Your spouse could have been somewhere he or she should not have been with someone he or she should not have been with.
- If your spouse is lying, he or she may talk in a monotonous tone and leave out pronouns when speaking. When he or she goes back to telling the truth, the pronoun will be over pronounced.
- He or she may speak in a muffled, garbled or soft voice when lying. Your spouse's answers may seem to be unintelligible, confusing and hard to hear. Like he or she is answering under their breath. This is another sign of lying.
- If your spouse is lying, he or she may use humor or sarcasm in his or her answers. Your spouse may try to get you off of the uncomfortable subject. If you feel as if your spouse is lying, try changing the subject suddenly. If your spouse is lying, he or she will gladly follow you to another subject. A person that is telling the truth will be thrown off by the sudden subject change and will want to get back to the subject you were discussing.
- A liar does not like to make eye contact. If your spouse looks away or will not look you in the eyes when answering, then he or she may be trying to cover up something and may not be answering truthfully. If you point out the lack of eye contact, your spouse may look you in the eyes but may giggle or make faces when answering to try and keep his or her composure. A liar has a hard time keeping a straight face.