Is She Cheating on Me?Tue, Mar 2nd 1999
I met my girlfriend while visiting home in NJ. I live in Arizona. We have been having a long-term relationship for about 1 1/2 years. For some reason (I can't say why) I think she is cheating on me. We use to talk every other day but in the past 3 weeks it's been more like once a week. She is ALWAYS the call initiator. I cant afford it. I am scheduled to move home to NJ in April and get a STRONG vibe of increased stress on her part. I'm usually right on with this stuff and that is what bothers me. Is there any non-confronting way I may ask her, or say somthing that may make her think "he's on to me" and maybe faulter in her response? I have not had these feelings since I met her but recentlly my "gut" tells me otherwise. There is no way I can prove it but I feel she is not quite as sharp as me and with the right "topic" or "conversation" I could get her to mess up or I could hear it in her voice. Any advice?
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