You believe your spouse or partner may be cheating and you’ve learned how to catch a cheater, cheating spouse, wife, or husband. Have you ever been in a circumstance with your partner where you’ve gathered a bunch of facts and were ready to confront him or her with them, but once you started presenting your case, you found yourself on the defensive? The discussion became so twisted and confusing that somehow, within a matter of seconds, you are on the defensive, being attacked by your partner. When you encounter this situation, you are falling victim to your partner’s mind games. These mind games can happen so fast you won’t know what just took place. You may start out confronting your partner with conclusive evidence, however you ended up apologizing to your guilty partner. When you will walk away from the confrontation, you’re probably be asking yourself what just happened here? It’s important you don’t fall victim to the mind games of your guilty partner. A good way to avoid becoming a victim of your guilty partner is to keep your eyes wide open and watch out for the identifying signs. First, in a typical mind game, before the issue you brought up has been answered by your partner, you’ll find yourself immediately being attacked and on the defensive. Your partner will use this tactic to buy some time so he can conjure up some sort of possible excuse for his behavior. Your partner may accuse you of being insecure, overly possessive, out of your mind, a sneak, looking to cause controversy, controlling, or just like his or her ex-before you even have a chance to present your conclusive evidence. This mind game has been successfully used by many cheaters to escape being the focus of attention. Make sure you don’t fall into his or her trap!