Originally Posted by SadSamIAm
Are you saying that people that focus on creating a marital environment that's less susceptible to infidelity don't get cheated on?
Doesn't the phrase 'less susceptible' answer that question for you?
You said less susceptible. So what about the person that is doing this, but there are a number of red flags that make that same wonderful spouse think that their partner is cheating? What should they do, to confirm or deny what they think is going on?
If you spend some time reading the thread, you'll see that I've said many times investigating red flags is fine. I'm arguing against the notion that spying on one's spouse as a matter of routine is normal and expected (such as the posters who proclaim a spouse has no right or expectation of privacy). Posted via Mobile Device