At this time of year, many couples are making romantic plans for St Valentine’s Day. Whether it’s new couples planning that first mini break together, or long-married partners sharing a meal at an old favourite restaurant, there are many ways to celebrate your love.
Yet for some, Valentine’s isn’t a cause for celebration. Not just those who aren’t currently in any kind of relationship, but also those who are suspicious that maybe their current partner isn’t as loyal as they seem to be.
If you suspect that your partner may be cheating on you, the last thing on your mind will be how to impress them on Valentine’s Day. Instead you should be looking at finding out the truth. Is your trust rightfully misplaced or have you made a mistake, and is there nothing to worry about?
Of course, if you are wrong, you don’t want to upset your partner by showing you had suspicions. Which is why snooping through their phone or checking their Facebook account when they aren’t looking is a bad idea. You’ll likely get caught, and you may damage what could’ve been a solid long-term relationship.
Instead, hire the professionals. A good private investigator can use all manner of techniques to learn more about any infidelity. They can track their movements and see if they’re making regular stops at hotels or homes of a lover, and dig a little deeper into learning more about their potential secrets – if they have any.
Not only that, but you’ll be presented with ample clear evidence should your partner prove to be lying and cheating. So, you can have those awful conversations with conviction, and not have to speculate and potentially put yourself on the defensive when you’ve done nothing wrong.
If you want to know more about how a private investigator can save you from a Valentine’s Day trapped with a cheating partner, give EJM Investigations a call on 01772 334700.