Many sites and apps (like Tinder) only allow people to see each other based on location and mutually matching search criteria (like age and sex).

(Do not attempt to access a device belonging to someone else without their permission.

Generally speaking this is If you see an app name you don’t recognize, Google it to see if it’s intended as a dating or cheating app.

I’m one of your twitter followers and I’ve debated about this issue for awhile now…I read your advice posts on your website and they are so helpful so here I am.

My husband and I have been together what will be 6 years in March..we’ve been married 5 months now. Well he started back up joining those sites again and yes once again I flipped.said he doesn’t know why he’s doing it.these you have to pay and I know he hasn’t obtained a membership…I guess its a curiosity thing?

To search for their profile picture, save their social media profile pictures (and any other likely candidates for dating profile pictures) and drag them one by one into the google images search bar.

If your spouse is using one of these photos for an online dating profile, you may see it show up iin the search results.

Ultimately, if you’re worried that your significant other is on a dating site, there are many options for sleuthing (ranging from a quick scan through emails and browser history to more intensive—and expensive—actions).

If nothing else works (or you don't have the time to conduct an exhaustive search that may or may not be conclusive), consider hiring a private invesitgator.

I tried my best to hold everything in but I also found out he was signing up for those websites to meet other women. Now its to the point of damn what am I doing wrong as a woman?