Infidelity

10 Simple Mistakes by Couples That Leads to Infidelity

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Confronting a cheating spouse is one of the most trying situations you can find in life. If you’re not careful and let your hot tempers get the best of you, you could potentially end up in a lot of legal trouble. 

Cheating rarely happens from one instant to another. Oftentimes, it’s the small daily behaviors and habits that develop into marriage-threatening situations. 

At PiPro private investigations we have been helping clients in the Toronto area resolve cheating spouse cases for years. 

Whether you just have a big hunch or you have concrete evidence, call us: 416-912-7755 or by email at: info@pipro.ca.

Common mistakes that couples make that lead to infidelity

  1. Still talking to an Ex:
    For most couples, keeping in touch with an ex-partner is a big no-no. But life has a funny way of picking out peculiar circumstances.

    Many would look at a rekindling of this kind of relationship as a “Plan B”, or more. Whatever it is, it’ll almost always remain a high-risk situation. 
  2. Don’t take each other for granted:
    The secret to many long-term happy relationships is being able to make your partner feel like they are always special. Even on their not-so-pretty days. 

    Life in Mississauga can be hectic and it can be easy to get used to having your significant other around. Once that feeling of “special” starts disappearing, it’s tempting to embrace people who make them feel special again. 
  3. Spending Too Much Time Together:
    On one hand, it’s crucial to spend time with your significant other as much as possible. However, not allowing yourselves for some alone time can often feel suffocating. 

    Not giving your partner the opportunity and space to be their own person could trigger feelings of resentment. This could eventually lead to cheating as a way to separate themselves.
  4. Bottling up your emotions:
    Saying everything that comes to your mind is not always a good idea. Keeping your emotions bottled up, however, has been shown to be bad for your physical and mental health. 

    In the long run, continuing to hide your emotions from your partner can drive you apart or look for comfort in someone else. 
  5. Non-stop bickering throughout the day:
    Of course it’s normal for couples to have arguments every once in a while. Some would even say that arguments help bring some spice to the relationship. 

    However, overdoing the constant bickering and arguing can quickly turn toxic. It’s best to get a handle on this situation before one of you starts looking for “friendlier” conversations elsewhere. 
  6. Digital relationships are closer than you think:
    Social media has unquestionably changed the way people meet and interact with each other. The convenience of handheld smartphones means you can be present while on the dinner table while also talking to people online. 

    It’s easier than ever to wander into emotional cheating territory that if left unchecked, could lead to something more serious. 
  7. Feeling like you’re stuck in a rut:
    Raising kids and running a happy household is harder than ever in the modern age. Getting home from work can often feel like you’re just starting your second shift.


Eventually, your home could lose the aura of love and make you less willing to spend time listening to how each other’s day turned out. These are key warning signs that need to be addressed as soon as possible. 

  1. You keep putting each other down:
    People make mistakes all the time and no one expects you to be perfect. It is perfectly normal for relationships to have their up and down swings from time to time. 

    Of course, this entails at least one person trying to make the effort to rebuild the love lost. If you’re constantly at each other’s throat and criticizing any little detail you can, it’ll start breaking the foundations of your relationship. 
  2. Not keeping that fire alive:
    One of the biggest reasons couples stay together over the years is that they’re able to make time for intimacies. It doesn’t always involve sex, it can also be something as simple as getting ice cream together or watching a movie on TV. 

    Once you start losing that intimacy, the hearts could start looking to rekindle that fire with someone else. 
  3. Turning into a control freak:
    Life is full of uncertainties yet some people think they can have everything under control. That it only takes a lot of effort. Needless to say, this is wishful thinking. 

    If you love somebody, you need to learn how to let them be free. Otherwise, they may turn to some else to find that freedom and love. 

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These are just some of the most common mistakes that our PiPro private investigators have dealt with when helping our clients. Hopefully, you can take note of these warning signs and take action to save the relationship before it’s too late. 

If you suspect that your partner is cheating on you, we can help you confirm your suspicions while also staying on the right side of the law. Contact us!

We have a 24-hour hotline ready for your call at: 416-912-7755 or by email at: info@pipro.ca.