Night-time ban

All Woman

It has been said that you can spot a cheater by his deeds. If that is the case, then you should be able to take cues from a man's behavior and attitude that would signal what he's really up to. For example, should a woman look at the time a man has for the relationship to gauge his loyalty? What if he says he cannot find the time because of work? Should she assume he is lying and is living another life? What if he doesn't take her phone calls at night? Is he cheating?


If your man is not taking your calls at night, he is straight up cheating on you and it is even bad for you because you are definitely the side chick. The wife gets to call but the woman on the side, well you are pushed to the back. It is what it is.


Of course he is cheating. My man is supposed to be available to me 24/7 so once I call and he is not picking up, something is up because that is supposed to be my man and mine alone. So ladies, if he is not taking your calls, he is taking something else and it is not from you at the moment. Wise up.


My ex used to treat me exactly that way and it turns out he was really working late nights and I knew that because I would stalk him. I am not the type of person to jump to conclusions based on how I feel; I like to have facts and evidence so I stalked him. We broke up because he eventually did cheat, but just because a man doesn't take your calls all the time, doesn't mean he is a cheat. Life happens.


Yes, he is cheating. I am 100 per cent sure. Once the red flags are waving before your eyes, open them and believe them. Stop trying to make excuses for a man especially when he is not worth it. I am just saying, I used to do that for my babyfather until I walked in on him and my cousin – my cousin! That has messed up my mental state to this day even though it was like eight years ago. So pay attention to the signs.


My ex used to do this until I discovered that he was actually married. He actually gave me instructions on when to call or text him and after a while, I started to really think about it and it made no sense because if we are in a serious relationship, I should call you as I wish.




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