Monday, February 13, 2017

Ladies, Today is Mistress Day: Keep a Watchful Eye on your Man

Today is Mistress Day and every woman should be on high alert.  You need to keep a watchful eye on your man if you suspect infidelity, or if you already know you have a cheating mate.  If your man is cheating he’ll be spending quality time with his sidepiece today since he has to spend Valentine’s Day  with you.

As part of my 14th Annual Valentine’s Day Infidelity Awareness Campaign, I’ve posted some articles on my Infidelity Advice blog to give you the inside scoop.

What Cheaters Everywhere Will Be Doing on Mistress Day Feb. 13  provides details on the things cheaters usually do with or for their mistresses on a typical Mistress Day.  Once you have an idea of what he might be up to today, you can decide what course of action you want to take.  Would you prefer to catch him in the act, or just sabotage his day?   The article entitled  How to Sabotage Your Cheating Mate’s Plans for Mistress Day  gives you more details about what kind of things you can do.  On my Real Life Infidelity blog there’s an article entitled How 4 Wives Sabotaged Their Husband’s Plans on Mistress Day with brief accounts of what other women have done.

The cheater will usually wine and dine his mistress at a fancy restaurant. It may also include a lover’s tryst at a nearby hotel.   For his Mistress Day plans to run smoothly, lies will have to be told. So look for another article from me today with some of the common excuses cheating Valentines use.    

More Infidelity Information for You

For more articles about Valentine’s Day infidelity, see the list of related articles below. Bookmark this page and check back often so you won’t miss any of this valuable advice.   Please feel free to tweet the link to this article or share it with your Facebook friends.

This article is part of the Valentine’s Day infidelity article series associated with my 14th Annual Valentine’s Day Infidelity Awareness Campaign.  Upcoming articles will cover what clues to look for between February 13 – 15,  how flowers, jewelry, and certain types of behavior can expose a cheating Valentine, and specific signs that show up when Valentine’s Day has passed.

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