A Husband’s Adventure at Work: 3 Tips to Prevent Your Husband From Having an Affair with a Co-worker
A husband’s affair at work is one of the most common reasons why married couples fight or, worse, divorce. Research shows that 75 percent of men confess to having sex with a coworker or officemate.
There are several reasons why men get into an affair in your office and the best way to stop it is to know why and how it happened. First, workplace adventures are very common because a husband spends at least 40 hours a week in the office. He spends more time with his co-workers than with his wife. Second, the number of female employees is increasing every year and thus incidents of “office romance” are also increasing. Lastly, chances are high that he will work with another woman who may share the same interest and passion with him. There will be many opportunities for you to get to know each other and this usually leads to an intimate relationship.
There are no definitive signs of an affair, but relationship experts say that a woman’s intuition is the most powerful and accurate tool for spotting a cheating husband. That 85 percent of women who feel that their partner is cheating on them are right.
Here are the best ways to prevent or stop a husband’s affair at work:
Get to know your colleagues – By introducing you to their co-workers, they will have the opportunity to meet you and be part of the group. You’ll also have your own “eyes” and “ears” in the office when you make friends with one of your husband’s co-workers.
Let them feel your presence – Make surprise visits to your husband in his office and attend company events. Adventure happens when there is an opportunity and if you don’t give your husband a chance to have an affair at work, then it won’t happen.
Marriage counseling – It is very effective and useful to get professional help, especially when it comes to your marriage. Although this can be expensive, many relationships have been saved because of it. Seasoned counselors and relationship experts know how to deal with and end a husband’s adventure at work.