When To Follow Your Gut

, | 09/11/2019

Social media has revolutionized the way that we track and process information. It has become an extraordinary business tool, and a creative muse, but it also brings light to disturbing patterns. If you have a bad habit of going through your Instagram “Following” tab activity to obsess over your significant other’s questionable interactions with people online, you may want to find a better tool for digging.

Thanks to a new update from Instagram, users will no longer be able to “creep” each other’s likes. According to Statista, the average person spends 135 minutes or approximately 2.5 hours on social media (2017). That’s almost one third of the time that goes into a work day, so bad gut feelings related to online behaviour may be reasonable grounds for suspicion. Wouldn’t you want to know what, or who, is making your partners feed that curious? Unfaithful partners can cause more than feelings of betrayal and anger – they can ruin families and homes and your gut feelings should be supplemented with careful discretion and attention to detail of a private investigator.

Certain Instagram behaviours might lead you to suspect your partner is committing infidelity:

Obsessive connection to their device – Although most of us are connected to our phones, look out for an uptick in your partner’s time spent online or lack of ability to be close to their phone without becoming anxious.

Unending messaging – If you notice uncharacteristic patterns such as late night texting, stepping outside to read messages, or urgency in replying to texts, there could be an issue.

Tons of excitement from messages – If your spouse is deeply immersed in their texts and doesn’t want to share the enjoyment with you, something could be awry.

Secret behaviour – Is your partner overly protective of their phone and computer, spending lots of time behind a locked door or becoming distant and less talkative? It might be time for suspicion and action.

A new interest in posting on social media – If your partner is suddenly looking for the best light, downloading Facetune, and posting pictures of themselves routinely, it could be in an effort to impress someone.

If you suspect your partner may be cheating online, it could be time to call in the experts. PI’s have the expertise, speed and resources to gather concrete evidence to build cases for serious consequences of unfaithfulness such as custody battles or divorce. They also have the added benefit of operating alongside police officers. You can’t exactly turn to the police every time you notice your partner likes numerous scantily clad photos of “friends” in the middle of the night, but you can use a PI to substantiate numerous other factors in order to gain a piece of mind. Through legal methods, PI’s can be an indispensable tool when you are ready to hear the truth.

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