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12 Subtle Signs You’ve Got a Cheating Spouse

Reader's Digest.CA Logo By Christine Coppa of Reader's Digest.CA | Slide 1 of 12: Are you used to your husband or wife arriving home by 6 p.m. to share a much-needed end-of-day martini or help with dinner, baths, and bedtime? A sudden change in that routine may be a sign of cheating. 'When someone stops coming home at the regular time, on a regular basis, be wary,' says dating and relationship advice and etiquette expert April Masini. 'When a schedule changes and there’s no comment about why or what he or she is doing differently, it may be because your spouse is cheating on you.' Some people will offer an excuse for their change in routine—like going to the gym late because it’s less crowded (and because you’re less likely to question the 'post-workout shower'), says Masini. Already know you have a cheating spouse? These are the 15 steps to surviving an affair.

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Are you used to your husband or wife arriving home by 6 p.m. to share a much-needed end-of-day martini or help with dinner, baths, and bedtime? A sudden change in that routine may be a sign of cheating. 'When someone stops coming home at the regular time, on a regular basis, be wary,' says dating and relationship advice and etiquette expert April Masini. 'When a schedule changes and there’s no comment about why or what he or she is doing differently, it may be because your spouse is cheating on you.' Some people will offer an excuse for their change in routine—like going to the gym late because it’s less crowded (and because you’re less likely to question the 'post-workout shower'), says Masini. Already know you have a cheating spouse? These are the 15 steps to surviving an affair.

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