DID what? shame on you...
Please tell us what did you find out!
Now you have a bigger issue to ponder. How will you handle it and take care of yourself in the process?
yes you should feel terrible that you cant respect his privacy. Now get down on your knees and say 50 hail Mary's
Well... you'd be paranoid if someone was going through your emails, wouldn't you?<br />
My guess is, maybe you aren't feeling guilty, but you saw stuff that's going to haunt you and make you more uncomfortable than the discomfort that initially made you check. <br />
Is the compromised emotional state worth it? Only you can decide that. All I can say is, I bet ignorance was bliss. Your relationship might suffer a bit, and you get to decide whether the knowledge was worth the stress.
Well... there you go. I guess, from here, you tell him the truth. You apologize, you betray your misgivings, and you ask him about it. Be completely honest, talk to him in person, and get your answers. Don't let your damaged mental state control you for too long. Best of luck.
Lol! Are we supposed to believe the sincerity of this question? Lol...
Yes. What are you looking for?
not a nice thing to do.
yes, invading another's privacy should leave you feeling at least somewhat uncomfortable.. and if you do not trust your boyfriend, that suggests problem(s) within your relationship..
YES! Oh and YES!
wwhy? nope should not do that ,
only if you find out he's gay.
no if you believe he is hiding something search for it first before jumping the gun on him make sure you have facts
now confront him do not for get to take pictures of any emails or letters or anything :D
If he didn't give you his password and give you the ok to check, then yes.
as long as you dont mind him going through your underwear drawer
Yes thats mean..
Its his choice to tell you...Trust
the ba<x>se of everything in a relationship is respect and reliability ...<br />
he asked if your email is because he does not trust you, your relationship will probably not get very far ... or will be a very troubled relationship