Why not? As long as there's nothing to hide.
yes it is wrong for him to look through your phone. Privacy!!
if you can't stop him, just ask yourself, what would Karl Rove do?<br />
Start with disinformation...operation mindfuck...lots of fake messages and phone numbers that are just there for him to see. start with anthony weiner's dickpics. Ordering heroin and guns, plane tickets to warzones....actually that sounds like fun...fill it with all kinds of evidence that you're a CIA agent working on something illegal<br />
While you're at it, see if you can figure out how to dump his phone, like they do on CSI on TV...find out what *HE* is up to
I totally love this post! What a great idea.
no, i think couples deserve to have some autonomy and privacy as ppl. i know of folks that give their emails and passwords to partners as well but imho that's just going too far with the distrust. in all the 6 years i've been with my love i've never known or wanted to know this info and they have (as far as i know!) respected my privacy as well. it's called trust i guess.<br />
if i felt or they felt the trust had been breached, then that would be a discussion for another time.
yes a nd they should have full access to your credit cards and bank accounts too
My phone iPod Facebook and computer are off limits. I value my privacy. I told my bf this from the beginning. I don't go thru his things and he doesn't go thru mine. My ex-husband always knew all my passwords and went thru all of my stuff. I hated having no privacy. <br />
If my current bf asked I would say no.
My bf is a computer freak. A delete button does me no good. Not do I want to delete conversations with a friend because I complain about him in two sentences. I have a right to my privacy.
Should be a mutual thing....allowed by both individuals.....but it shows signs of mistrust, and may come off as controlling. Before you know it they will be telling you who you can talk to. But I've also seen a lot of people not want to share cause they are hiding some dirty secrets....really depends on your relationship and level of trust.
No as there's two people involved in texting and it's a violation of privacy for both . What people talk about with me stays with me .
She already does
I would care less if I had nothing to hide.
Yes it's wrong ... nosy to the nth.
Only if u say thats ok.