Greenville, SC (PRWEB) January 1, 2006
During the 3 to 5 weeks after Christmas, anyone who suspects infidelity can find telltale signs confirming an affair.
“Cheaters often leave signs of an affair. You just need to know where, when and how to discreetly look for them. Often Christmas gifts and behaviors expose the affair,” says Bill Mitchell, author of “The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship”.
Mitchell supports the idea of “trust but verify,” a successful President Ronald Reagan philosophy. “There’s no reason why this concept can’t be considered in a relationship, especially in today’s culture” adds Mitchell. “Is it wrong to question your spouse’s behavior? No, certainly not, especially if your “gut feeling” tells you something is amiss” advises Mitchell. Several easily overlooked signs and behaviors will surface during this holiday. Here’s a few:
•Disappearing gifts after you discovered them before Christmas. When gifts never turn up during gift exchanges, then who received them?
•Office gifts having a very affectionate flair or message.
•Gifts tagged by a coworker that cries “I knew you would love these presents.”
•Thank you notes or e-mails for gifts you were never intended to see.
•Suspicious purchases your spouse allegedly made.
•Any purchases of flowers, clothing, lingerie, jewelry stores, or specialty shops not given to you.
•Any receipts or charges from restaurants, motels or unexplainable transactions intended to go undetected.
•You discover identical gifts receipts.
•Any unexplained absences during the holidays.
•Any trumped up fights to leave the house resulting in a prolonged absence.
•Any blocked ID phone calls followed by short “quiet” conversations.
•Any calls taken in another room or closet.
“Infidelity needs to be proven either to satisfy a “need to know” or as proof in court. Signs of infidelity may indicate an affair however, evidence is vital,” says Mitchell. “Don’t get stuck on the signs – they should only get you focused. You need proof for court. Testimony, video documentation, records, proof of inclination, intent and opportunity are critical,” advices Mitchell. He cautions against “playing detective” when a relationship is at stake. “The time is not to become an expert. Use “clear headed” rational thinking, its time to call for reputable professional help.”
Knowing how to investigate a troubled relationship is imperative. Mitchell’s new release “The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship” (Eagle's Nest Publications, LLC, $14.95) offers comprehensive techniques, methods and solutions for anyone suspecting infidelity. There’s no need for any spouse, girlfriend or boyfriend to be in the dark anymore. Mitchell offers a free “Emergency Infidelity Survival Plan – Top Fifteen Steps to Implement Right Now!” which describes crucial steps to undertake immediately. To receive your copy email email@example.com with “Emergency Plan” in the subject line. For more information on cheating spouses visit us on line at http://www.sevendaydetective.com.
About Bill Mitchell - Seven-Day Detective
Veteran investigator and infidelity expert Bill Mitchell, Seven-Day Detective, is the author of The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship. Bill has been quoted in the Chicago Tribune, Esquire, Ladies Home Journal On-line and many other print and online media. Bill has also been a guest on Dr. Phil, NBC The Today Show, CBS The Early Show, 1010WINS, Dr. Robyn Show, Talk to Tara Radio Show, Steve and DC Morning Show, Mancow Morning Show, and over 100 other radio shows in the United States. Mr. Mitchell has caught more than 2000 cheaters and testified countless times on behalf of clients using powerful and timely evidence forcing negotiations and favorable court rulings. For more information, visit the PRESS ROOM at http://www.sevendaydetective.com.
To interview Bill Mitchell call 864-329-0530.
About the book:
The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship is based on more than 35 years of investigative experience and research while serving thousands of clients nationwide. It covers the only warning signs needed to alert readers of an affair. The book goes much further to assist in the investigative process, helping the reader determine when, where and how to safely engage the services of professional investigator, a thorough listing of private investigative regulations for each state (plus contact information for licensing agencies), an exhaustive questionnaire, and a complete checklist when a private investigator is retained. Readers will know within hours if their relationship necessitates professional help. This book is the most comprehensive infidelity source of its kind. It takes the reader from suspicion to action, leading to the essential evidence collection process suitable for any courtroom in America.
The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship is available from any bookstore or discreetly on line at http://www.sevendaydetective.com , by calling 1-800-785-2425, or from Amazon.com.
The More You Know – Getting the evidence and support you need to investigate a troubled relationship is also available in four e-Book versions at http://www.sevendaydetective.com/the-more-you-know.html.
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