Five ways to trap your boyfriend into revealing that he’s cheating on you, and why they are dumb

12 easy (but powerful) ways to get him to admit he cheated
  1. Avoid Asking Yes/No Questions. …
  2. Pay Attention To His Words. …
  3. Test His Alibi. …
  4. Want Advice Specific To Your Situation? …
  5. Stay Friendly And Avoid Being Aggressive. …
  6. Claim You Know What’s Going On. …
  7. Catch Him In A Good Mood. …
  8. Study His Body Language.

This Easy Trick MAKES HIM Tell You The Truth

8 Trick Questions That Will Get Your Boyfriend to Confess to His Affair

When you’re worried that your boyfriend is two-timing you, instead of interrogating him furiously and putting him on the defensive, you may be able to draw out the truth by calmly making him reveal everything. What kinds of questions are effective at making a guy reveal that he’s cheating? In this article we introduce 8 trick questions that will get your boyfriend to confess to his affair.

“It’s important to say it boldly.” Question him with the attitude that you already know what’s going on, and he may give up and confess. However, if you’re mistaken, you’ll need to apologize earnestly, or there’s a chance you’ll lose the trust in your relationship.

Five ways to trap your boyfriend into revealing that he’s cheating on you, and why they are dumb

The psychologist, Rie Ueki, says men’s reactions in these five situations can be explained by theories of approach-avoidance: the psychological conflict that occurs when we make a decision about whether to pursue or avoid something. A cheating guy will go on the attack, she says, because when we feel guilty about doing something, we tend to accuse others of doing the same thing.

A dropped earring could be evidence, explains Ushikubo, so the guilty party wants to keep it as close to him as possible. This one has a 28 percent success rate, presumably because 72 percent of the time it’s perfectly legitimate to wonder what a random earring is doing in your car.

The logic here is that a guy who feels guilty will go on the attack, whereas someone with nothing to hide won’t really react. But surely it’s pretty normal to react when your girlfriend “remembers” watching a movie with you that you’ve never seen? Ushikubo says this first little trick has a 20 percent success rate…which is another way of saying that 80 percent of the time, it doesn’t work.

If romantic comedies have taught me anything (doubtful, but bear with me), it’s that relationships don’t get better when we play games or try and trick people. They get more complicated and more messy, and then you end up in that sad middle part of the movie where one party is (justifiably!) mad because the other one lied. And in real life, you don’t get to have a reconciliation scene in the rain where the guy realises the girl was only doing those dumb crazy things because she really loved him. He’s probably already gone off to find a girl (or guy) who isn’t trying to catch him out all the time.

It’s hard to recommend any of these suggestions, though. Sure, you might learn something about your partner by testing them like this, sneaking around laying traps is always going to end badly, whether it’s making innocuous-sounding statements about movies you’ve never seen, or hiding things in his car so you can “find” them.

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