Time to learn all about "roaching." Cockroaches and their behavior inspired the term, which was coined by AskMen.
According to the theory, even if you see one cockroach, there are many more that you cannot see. You could think your lover only sleeps with you, but that's not the case!
You may have thought you were in a monogamous relationship, but the reality is that you weren't. True, but your significant other or spouse was not.
You may be the target of a cockroach if the other person appears distant or uninterested in you, or if they are reluctant to share personal information.
A cockroach avoids you whenever possible. They will not leave their phone attached to their vehicle and will disable alerts, so you will not see them.
You may feel humiliated and degraded upon learning that your partner has roached you, and you may lose faith in your spouse.
However, forgiveness and trust may be rebuilt if you and your roach can agree on a relationship that works for both of you.
A more open and transparent approach to relationships, in which partners are less likely to put their phones in a drawer, is desirable.