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25 married people share the clues that led them to falsely believe their spouse was cheating.

25 married people share the clues that led them to falsely believe their spouse was cheating.

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Unfortunately, cheating is fairly common in marriages, long-term relationships, and the plots of Lifetime movies. So it makes sense that people in committed relationships might find themselves on the look-out for clues of their partner's infidelity—especially on their smartphone or laptop. But even seemingly obvious clues can be misleading. So before you lose it and take a hammer to your spouse's BMW, make sure they haven't been wrongly framed by a false, albeit convincing, piece of evidence.

Someone asked married people of Reddit: "what was something you found on your spouses phone that made you think they were cheating, but turned out to be completely innocent?" These 25 people share stories of a partner being falsely suspected of infidelity thanks to misleading evidence.

Whew!

1.) From davidjricardo:

My wife found a contact in my phone for "Ashley Maddison" literally the week after the hacking scandal.

She's the wife of the new assistant pastor at our church that my wife hadn't met yet. I was texting her because I was going to meet the moving truck at their house for them when they moved in.

Sources: Reddit
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