I’m convinced my girlfriend is cheating – what should I do?

DEAR DEIDRE: ALL the evidence suggests my girlfriend has been cheating, but she denies it.

I can’t get my suspicions out of my head and it’s spoiling our relationship.

I’m 25 and she is 24. We’ve been together since college.

About six months ago, around the time she got a new job, she started acting flaky – forgetting to call me, and suddenly cancelling arrangements or changing them last minute.

She lost interest in spending time with me, even though she said she loved me.

Her excuse was that she was busy and tired. But she seemed to have time for her new colleagues.

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She never introduced me to them or told me anything about them. It made me suspicious.

But when I asked to see her texts, she got defensive and angry, and said she’d deleted them.

I’m convinced she’s cheating. We’re barely speaking. What should I do?

DEIDRE SAYS: Trust is essential for any relationship, but you’ve lost yours.

Even if she hasn’t cheated, your girlfriend certainly hasn’t been considering your feelings.

Ask her how she’d feel if you were acting as she has.

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