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thirtytwo thirtytwo 31-35, M 13 Answers Sep 27, 2011

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I think it depends on the relationship. I appreciate my privacy in certain areas. I also respect her privacy. I am very secure, and should she stray, my prying would do nothing more than make a bad situation worse. If she can't act responsible without some kind of over watch, I don't need her....

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I refuse to lose who I am no matter what relationship I'm in. If he doesn't trust me enough to not need them, he's got issues. Personally, I don't want my husband's passwords, and wouldn't ever ask for them. Being nosey doesn't make a spouse more faithful.

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I would agree with you, but what if you just new them and all of a sudden your spouse begins to change them all, and when you asked them about it they get all defensive?? You now have a reasonable doubt right ? Thats what I like about this site though, everyone can share

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You make a good point. But what changes by knowing the passwords? They don't stop cheating, if that's what they're doing. They just cheat in a different way. Best thing to do is be direct and communicate. If they don't, passwords are the least of your problems.

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thats true :(

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My husband said he deactivated his facebook acct then months later i discovered not only did he have it still but he blocked me from it. Not only was I deleted along with my family as a friend but he blocked me.

Not sure what to think. He says it must have been a mistake, but you don;t accidentlly block somebody on facebook.

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hi my wife of 30 years left for 10 days. she said she was visiting her friends left her wedding rings at home never called or texted me back for 5 days. when she come back she changed all her passwords for phone emails that we used to share is she hiding something I think yes.

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Why are we not able to have secrets for eachother if its not something that hurts the other one!? And why do we have to know everything about our partner?

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Not sure...kind of a touchy subject. One one hand, if you've got nothing to hide, there should be no problems sharing. On the other hand, everyone has a right to privacy. I tend to lean towards privacy myself. I think the only reason I'd want my spouse to know my passwords is in case I died or was gravely injured and couldn't use the computer. Then at least she could take care of that stuff.

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In a good marriage , no.



In a creepy, miserable nightmare like the one I had, yes, sometimes those are your only life lines.

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thats true

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My husband doesnt know my password to my email or Facebook, I have nothing to hide but I do have a right to some privacy, Besides we are friends on Facebook anyway lol

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My hasband dosn't like me to have a Facebook he has on and he hides all his passwords he says have nothing to hide but I want my privacy . He is agood hasband and an excellent father but it bother me if he has nothing to hide why he doesn't tell me it worries me.

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