In our society, it's becoming the normal for men to have internet mistresses. Cyberspace relationships seem to offer people a "safe" place to conduct monkey business. And due to the anonymity of hooking up on the internet, most husbands (or wives) are relatively certain they won't get caught.
Watch for these signs that the internet mistress is out to take your husband! Finally, I chose to display this in a humorous way, but make no mistake it's a serious matter. And it's getting seriouser by the minute.
The husband who suddenly stays behind closed doors for hours, without a legitimate business reason might be conducting monkey business. Locked doors even escalate suspicious actions on his part. But, if the gets up while he thinks you're asleep, what can we say except - he's a dog!
Tip: Take him a sweet tray with cocoa and cookies. Smile and tell him to take better care of himself.
If he gets up at all hours, you get up too. Confront the dude with your suspicions about his cyberspace relationship. Or, watch his reaction and start gathering evidence.
Did husband either minimize the screen he was looking at, shut down illegally or abruptly slam his laptop shut when you entered the room with his snack?
Or, did he yawn and thank you, leaving the screen with a gazillion numbers open?
Tip: If he's tired, but polite he's working. No worries. But, if he got angry or defensive this just about puts the icing on his cake! Keep checking.
If hubby suddenly put a password protection on the home computer where there was none before or changed your common password, he's up to nothing good. Chances are he's trying to hide his internet mistress.
Tip: Ask him about it.
You ask hubby if he forgot to give you the new password and he gets hostile or starts stuttering in effort to deny his cyberspace mistress.
At this point, your spouse could redeem himself. If he freely gives you the new password and explains the reason he changed it, this opens the door to communication.
Tip: If it "feels" like he is cheating he probably is. Woman's intuition is rarely wrong. It may be time to pursue his internet activities further or get yourself a kick-ass attorney.
Payback #1: It's most unfortunate, but the internet mistress may be taking your husband all right - taking him all the way to the "cleaners". There are women grifters in cyberspace who know exactly how to prey on gullible men and coerce large sums of money from them.
Payback #2: Once you get your ducks in a row, you may decide to let the internet mistress have him. But get the lawyer first.
Payback #3: He wasn't cheating and you live happily ever after.
Well, my husband is gone now but he never was into it but if he had been,this would have been a real problem for me. Practical article that made me think! H5
This is sad but does happen and many people need to keep the computer in view of the spouse. H5
You are quite the story teller. I like this humor with lots of good advice in the contents. Personally I would think about wrapping the internet cord somewhere.
You crack me up. Fun list.
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