Sometimes you can't help but shake the idea something isn't quite right...
But imagine having all of your suspicions confirmed on live TV, with the proof shared for the nation to see...
That's what happened when one news anchor didn't give his "other woman" the memo.
There's nothing worse than a secret suspicion.Feeling like someone's trying to hide something from you has to be up there as one of the most irritating feelings in the world.
Plus, once you start to have that feeling, something strange seems to happen.Every little thing that you discover seems to serve as irrefutable proof that you are totally right!
It can be tempting to take action.Undertaking a personal investigation can sometimes seem like the only way to get to the bottom of your theory.
And it's even worse if the object of your suspicion is your significant other.The person that you feel the closest to is the person that you'd usually turn to in a time like this, but if they're the one that you're feeling distrustful of, it can be difficult to know what to do.
The most common suspicion?It's got to be unfaithfulness. The fear that your partner has had their attention caught by another is many people's worst nightmare.
Social media has only exacerbated the problem.With an abundance of ways to see and get into contact with ridiculously attractive people (sure, sometimes it's down to facetune, but who's to know?), it seems like it's harder than ever to maintain an honest relationship.
Which can lead to some arguments.How would you feel if your significant other was liking a lot of Instagram thirst-traps? It's hard to deny that it would hurt your feelings.
You want to be wrong...But if you see something that you don't like, it seems like it's a natural instinct to prove that you're not wrong, that you're not being distrustful for no reason.
Although it's easy to try and tell yourself it's all in your head...
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