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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    He's gone back to her place to ask the woman "If she rings and asks if your mum was there tell her 'yes'" He called you paranoid - he didn't try and reassure you that he loves you and wouldn't do that.

    The phone number could be under a different name in his phone.

    I'm sorry honey...he's either cheated already or about to (flirty with a view to) He's in panic mode right now.
    I'm with you on on this one to.

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    Tend to agree with Sassy. We could all speculate about this for pages but at this stage you're probably just going to have to take his word for it and be switched on and vigilant in the future. If theres something going on, then things will start to add up. Id also imagine that *if* something is going on then the more suspicious you are, the better he will be at hiding anything. And if he's not then it'll just put tension on you both.

    At this stage I'd be inclined to think he's not cheating but I'd be on the ball about it all too.

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    I am probably going to sound like the harshest person but I just read your post out to my hubby and his words were( there's no two ways about it, he is cheating) sorry his words not mine as he is very straight to the point. I agree with what a pp said in that you need to trust your intuition as you will know deep down if something is not right. I really hope everything is ok.

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    My dh also thought the same mind you he's very suspicious about that stuff.

    Has he agreed not to make contact or speak to that woman again? Because it seems to me that he should just not see or speak to her again, if they don't know each other that well it's no big deal and better safe than sorry.

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    Go with your gut feeling and ask him straight up. Good luck.

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    Default Re: Does he have something to hide?

    Your being very strong about this hun, I know if it was me I'd lose my **** big time!! But that's just me. I can be quite insecure as I have been cheated on too.

    Hope it all works out for you!
    I was actually in a similar situation, a girl from my partners work who I don't like was insisting having coffee with him and texting him. They both knew I hate her so I ended up texting her to back off. And stop coming between me and dp.

    Not saying you should do that but that's what I had to do to keep her away.

    Best of luck hun x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby star View Post
    You can easily delete call logs from a mobile, with smart phones its super easy.

    Good luck hun and I hope it all works out innocent.

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    Actually from what I have seen you can wipe entire call logs but not individual calls. My old Nokia worked that way and my current iPhone does too (don't know about other types of mobile though).

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    My iPhone 4S has selective call log delete capabilities

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    Quote Originally Posted by kochanski View Post
    Actually from what I have seen you can wipe entire call logs but not individual calls. My old Nokia worked that way and my current iPhone does too (don't know about other types of mobile though).
    I can wipe individual calls on my call log on my iPhone - edit button on top right corner

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaNurture View Post
    I can wipe individual calls on my call log on my iPhone - edit button on top right corner
    Mine too.


 

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