Tough call. That line "easier said than done" comes into play. But the cell phone incident will stick out like a watergate scandal. Trust is wavered temporarily or indefinitely.<br />
I am left with no choice...I must leave...
If I found it then Id search it and if he was up to something he'd come home to find his clothes in bin bags and the locks changed.
Should of said clean unused garbage bags LOL
Or no bags at all just a sign saying FREE CLOTHES :-P
Mine did... I dumped him 2 days ago.... It was for his "other" girlfriend.... If he lies about that... What else is he lying about?
Yes he did, he accidentally butt dialed me.... I heard her say something about his phone being connected. I called it back, it was his name and voice on the voicemail.
Very suspicious.<br />
Keep an eye on it. <br />
Now that she's aware, let him think he has the benefit of the doubt and that it's harmless and nothing to worry about. But look for signs to point out to him that it isn't - ie why she doesn't have the number or why it rings at strange time, for example.<br />
As soon as you can show him the proof for your concerns, go ahead and ask him to get rid of it. Even if you have to use the excuse, "it's not you it's me" - as in "I'm sure it's nothing to worry about, as you keep saying, but it makes ME feel insecure in our relationship."<br />
But whatever works...
I did While he was sleeping Had to get something out of car checked it out found 8 different text ended up he was seeing all of them after contacting each 1 of them had them come to the house once they were all there I let him in the house and I left the house. The next day I filed for divorce
I let them in*
its ok..i have 2 phones and 2 sim also :D
Ask his another number, but if he didn't give it to you...<br />
Request to a telecommunication company for.......SIM BLOCK ...<br />
If only i trust him then i wont suspect anything