Affair Dating - 5 Mistakes To Avoid


Affair dating is a wonderful world but at the same time it is pretty mysterious. People tend to hold their tips and information close to their chest. But by reading articles such as this one you can learn about what to do and what not to do. Here are 5 mistakes to avoid when looking to date online while married.

Affair Dating Mistakes

Don't Exchange Phone Numbers

In the modern age there is no need to exchange phone numbers. You can use Snapchat, Tinder, or something similar to communicate. These apps are great way to communicate because they can be locked and their content is a little more private. The person you are dating can't just call you at any time that way too. Unless your married partner is okay with you affair dating, you want to keep your information private.

When it is time to end the relationship, it is incredibly hard to do so if phone numbers are involved. Either party can call or text each other. With the platforms mentioned above you can unfriend each other and block your old partner if needed.

Using Your Credit/Debit Card For Anything

One of the biggest mistakes that people make when affair dating is using credit cards or debit cards to make purchases related to the affair. If you are going to be having an affair, everything should be purchased with cash. Joint bank accounts will allow the other party to see what you made a payment for and where you made it. Nosey spouses will be able to find out what you were up to.

Never keep any receipts. Receipts and paper trails of any kind will also get you caught.

Being Defensive

For anyone that is in an affair, there is a time when they are somehow confronted by their spouse. It could be a slipup, but it could also be because they want to spend more time with you. No matter their reason for confronting you, do not be defensive. A defensive attitude shows that you have something to hide.

A Flimsy Story

An alibi can get you in trouble just as quickly as not having one. In order to keep an affair up and to keep it secret, you need a good alibi. It should be one with just enough information to make it believable. One of the best tips we can give you is to keep the alibi as close to the truth as possible.

Avoid using friends as part of your alibi. You could run into issues if your friends see your wife or if something slips. Along the same line of thinking, don't come up with an alibi that you can't remember. This could be bad when you are asked to recount something.

At the same time that you have to have a good alibi, it pays to keep it somewhat vague. You don't want to have to try and recount something that you created. Sometimes too much of a story can be telling too.

Not Keeping Your Affairs To Yourself

For some unknown reason, many guys have the need to broadcast amongst their friends that they are having an affair. Some primal urge in them makes them want to prove that they are more sexually active then their friends. A lot of people do believe that this goes back to caveman times.

No matter where this urge originated, it is bad. Do not listen to it and make sure that you keep your relationship to yourself. Even the most trusted of friends shouldn't be told your secret. The affair is for your enjoyment not that of others.

Don't fall victim to any of these stupid mistakes. Each one of them is very easy to slip into. Keep each one in mind, and if you need to, bookmark this page. It never hurts to remind yourself of these mistakes so that you don't accidently make one. Another thing to keep in mind is that a lot of mistakes can be caught before they happen by just thinking logically about your affair.

Do you have a mistake that you have made in a past? A friend with a mistake? Make sure that you let us know of them in the comments section down below. This will help others to avoid falling for the same slip.