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I don't know if this is poetic justice or not, but I think that my new partner is cheating on me. We have only been together for six months, and it seems like our relationship is going down hill already. I cannot believe that after all of my years at London escorts, I have ended up being cheated on. At least I know, thanks to my fantastic London escort agency, what the warning signs you need to look out for.

How do I feel about it? I am angry and I do feel that I want to approach him about it, but I don't have any evidence. When I worked for London escorts, I told all of my dates that if they suspected that their partners cheated, they should find some evidence before they approached them. It is time I took my own medicine and followed my advice.

If you don't have any proof that your partner is cheating, and you approach him about it, it could start a huge row and cause rifts in your relationship. Is that really what you need? When you are in a challenging in the first place, it is possible it is not what you need, and you should start to gather evidence. Yes, your partner may be smelling of perfume, but does he work with women? I know myself what I am like as a woman, and I am forever spraying perfume on me. Working for London escorts, I used to spray it on all of the time.

What should I do about it? I feel like I am struck between a rock and hard place, and I don't know where I go from here. Where does he go to after work? Finding out where he goes after work, is going to be essential. Should I follow him around, and wait outside his company? It is one of the things I could do, but I cannot guarantee that it is going to save our relationship. If we are having problems at this stage, what is the future of our relationship. I feel I need to talk to my former London escorts
colleagues about the situation, but it is kind of embarrassing.

Finding love after London escorts is not easy. I know so many former London escorts, who have been in and out of relationships since leaving the escort service in London. Is that going to happen to me?

There is every possibility that I am going to be in and out of bad relationships like my former colleagues. I can say that I don't want that at all, and I think that I would be better off single. My flat is being rented at the moment, but I don't think I am going to resign the contract. Moving back and getting on with life on my own for a little while, may be a better idea. I am sure there is a guy out there for me, but I need to find him, and I possibly rushed into this relationship.