Third on the list of the signs of infidelity is the issue of control voiced by those who are cheating. Often they complain that their spouses are “controlling”, yet they themselves are guilty of attempting to control. One betrayed spouse reported of their straying partner, “She insisted that I give her more space, that I stop smothering her, and give her room to breathe. Another said their unfaithful spouse began to express a “my way or the highway” type of attitude. Dr. James Dobson in his book ‘Love Must be Tough’, reports that often preceding a spouses affair is a feeling of being ‘trapped’ in the relationship. Does your spouse complain about being controlled or that they are being watched, even if you ask very little of what they are doing? Or do you feel pressured to do such and such? If you find that ‘control’ is an ongoing issue in your discussions with your mate your relationship could be at risk.
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