Is She Cheating On You, And Lying About It?
Is your girlfriend or wife behaving suspiciously?
Do you think she’s cheating on you, but she denies doing anything wrong?
Do you want to get to the bottom of what’s really going on, but don’t know how?
If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then you’re in the same boat as D.E, a soldier from Connecticut.
You might find lots of similarities with D.E, and so I’d like to tell you this story.
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D.E. had told me about his wife, Maggie, and how he suspected she was cheating on him:
“She’s been unusually touchy about her privacy lately,” D.E. told me.
“Her phone is always on her person. She changed her passwords. Whenever anyone calls her on her phone, she’d always go to another room before answering…”
“And worst of all – she’s been staying out late more often, though she says she’s just busy at the office. Is she cheating on me at work? And if she is, then how to tell if she is lying about cheating?”
I had to be honest. “Well, D.E., it’s hard for me to tell because I haven’t met her and I haven’t seen what she’s doing,” I said. “But I CAN teach you the Truth Triad technique.”
“Truth Triad?” he repeated.
“Yup,” I answered. “Listen closely…”
If you, too, are worried about your woman’s behavior and want to get to the truth… then this Shogun Method guide is for you.
You’re about to learn how to tell if she’s lying about cheating, and what to do if she IS cheating on you.
How To Tell If She’s Lying To You
First of all, here’s what you should NEVER do…
Do NOT confront her. Do NOT accuse her of lying about cheating.
Because it won’t get the truth out. If she’s innocent, she just might feel hurt enough to break up with you.
And if she’s guilty, she’ll deny it, accuse YOU of being paranoid… and THEN break up with you.
Confronting her is a lose-lose deal. This is one situation you DON’T want to be honest and upfront. Make sense, right?
So do this instead:
Use the Truth Triad.
The “Truth Triad” is a series of three statements that does not accuse your woman of cheating. Instead, it SUGGESTS it.
What the Truth Triad does is this:
If your woman IS guilty of cheating on you, then her mind will go into overdrive, wondering if you know what she did.
Here’s how D.E. used the Truth Triad on his wife, Maggie.
Truth Triad: The First Statement
Maggie seemed to be working overtime a lot, coming home well past midnight several times a month.
So one night, when D.E. was still up when she came home, he asked, in a deadpan monotone:
“So… anything fun happened tonight?”
That’s the first statement. It’s a deadpan statement/question that makes a guilty woman wonder if you know what she did.
If she’s guilty, she’ll give a defensive or dismissive reply like:
- “Why? What do you THINK happened?”
- “What kind of question is that?”
That’s a HUGE red flag.
But if she gives an innocent reply – such as when she tells you about something fun that DID happen that night…
…then she’s either truly innocent, or she’s great at hiding her indiscretions (you won’t be able to see the signs of her cheating at all.)
When that’s what you get, then it’s time for the second statement.
Truth Triad: The Second Statement
Next, you tell her a story about someone who cheated on their partner, using the context of YOUR situation.
In D.E.’s case, he said:
“Okay, cool. I remember a story about the building where your company office is. Some woman cheated on her husband with the CEO of her company. I think it was (name of company). The poor husband found out and broke up with her. That building always reminds me of that story.”
Again, If she’s really cheating on you, this story will make her wonder:
“Why did he mention that? Does he know? Is he HINTING he knows?”
She doesn’t know. It’ll drive her crazy – maybe even crazy enough to confess.
But if she’s innocent, she’ll join in the conversation. It won’t seem to bother her one bit.
If she’s good at hiding her indiscretions, she might give a defensive “red flag” reply.
In any case, if she still doesn’t confess after the second statement, then it’s time for the third.
Truth Triad: The Third Statement
Lastly, you’ll need to conjure up images of what you suspect she did, but using vague terminology.
In D.E.’s, case he said:
“It’s crazy, right? Crazy how someone can break the heart of the one who loves them the most, and then expect to get away with it.”
This is the “do-or-die” moment. If she’s guilty, she’ll do one of three things:
- She’ll ignore you
- She’ll pretend not to hear you
- She’ll change the topic
But if she’s innocent, she’ll ask into your statement, and maybe even carry a conversation about it afterward.
When that happens, you can relax. She’s probably NOT cheating on you.
Now, let’s assume the worst in YOUR situation. Let’s assume your woman IS cheating on you.
What should you do?
What To Do If She Is Cheating?
The most important thing to know is that she’s NOT cheating on you for any of the following three reasons:
- You’re becoming less physically attractive
- You’re becoming boring in bed
- There’s a hotter guy in her circle and he’s available
Instead, the main reason why women cheat on their men is this: Emotional unfulfillment.
Her emotional needs are not being met. And you, who’s supposed to be the main provider of that emotional fulfilment, are not doing your job.
When I told D.E. this, he protested. “But I’ve given her everything she needs! She’s got a house, a car, a career, a retirement fund – I’ve spent my whole damn life trying to make her happy!”
I answered him – and you might want to take notes…
Her emotional needs don’t consist only of positive emotions, but also NEGATIVE ones.
Here’s the key to understanding relationships: Women need regular doses of emotional rollercoasters in their lives.
Examples of “emotional rollercoasters” include:
- Cycles of joy and drama
- Cycles of pressure and pleasure
- Cycles of stress and relief
- Cycles of fear and reassurance
That shouldn’t surprise you, right? After all, that’s life. You can’t appreciate the good times when you haven’t been through the bad times.
This fact of life plays out in a strange, yet undeniable, way in the female mind.
So if you’ve been making your woman happy – that’s great. But it’s not enough.
She NEEDS her emotional rollercoasters. And if she’s cheating on you, that means she needs them DESPERATELY.
And here’s the fastest way to give her what she needs.
How D.E. Got Maggie To Stop Cheating On Him
In D.E.’s case, Maggie WAS cheating on him.
And after his third statement, she broke and confessed. “It won’t happen again, I swear,” she said.
Immediately, D.E. extracted the truth. Maggie WAS cheating on him.
And it was all because he used the Truth Triad.
Now he had a choice. He could break up with her and go through a messy divorce… or he could get her back and KEEP her.
He chose the latter. And he did it with a technique I taught him the day I met him.
That technique is called Fractionation.
Fractionation is a technique that has one goal:
To inflict the negative emotions your woman desperately needs.
D.E. used Fractionation on Maggie in different ways, including:
- Disappearing for a few days with zero contact, then coming back to explain he just needed some “alone time”
- He’d have big arguments with her, then have mind-blowing make-up sex afterward
- He dropped by her office unannounced, and low-key warned the man she cheated with to stay away from his wife
- He’d do something dangerous with her – like skydiving or getting lost in the desert – only to come home safe
Needless to say, they got back together. And now, D.E. reports that his marriage with Maggie is stronger and happier than ever.
Your relationship can be, too.
But you MUST learn how to inflict negative emotions on her. That’s the key.
And you can get that key by joining my Online Masterclass on Mind Control. In it, you’ll learn and master the life-changing Fractionation technique.
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(NOTE: Use your best e-mail address when signing up. It’s where I’ll send your Invite Ticket as soon as you qualify for the Masterclass.)
So, quick recap. If you suspect your woman of cheating on you, and you want to find the truth, you’ll need to do three things:
- Don’t confront her
- Use the Truth Triad to find out if she’s really cheating
- If she is, and if you decide to keep her, give her the emotional rollercoasters she desperately needs
For #3, you’ll need to learn Fractionation. Are you ready for it?
Fight for the truth!
P.S.: Have you ever been cheated on? Or do you have any questions about women and their cheating habits? Let me know in the comments section below.