The first thing that would happen is you will lose your privacy. This means that your cellphone would remain open to your spouse, you will also be forced to give you username and password of your e-mail and Facebook if you have one. Your landline call would be scanned, and sometimes, you would be asked to talk on loud speaker when on the phone. Sounds too much? Well, this is nothing. This can go even intense. So, how do you deal with this? Sad to say, but you have to suck it up. It would even be best to volunteer, and present the deed itself. This means that you don’t have to wait for your hurting spouse to ask you to do these things, do them yourself. Surrender your phone, surrender your email, and your Facebook and any other thing that may cause suspicions. Your spouse would really appreciate it.
The second thing that you should expect happening is that you would be treated like an ex-convict on parole. You need to log in and report your whereabouts. You may also be imposed with a curfew, too, and there are places that you are banned from going to. When saving your marriage is your top priority, again you need to accept these and endure it.