I don't agree. Every person is entitled to have some secrets. I mean, it's not that I would like my parter to keep things from me but I would understand. I think it isn't right to directly assume your partner is cheating on you if he or she doesn't want to share something. If you trust each other you'd know better.
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Most Helpful Guy
I totally agree, if my SO isn't loyal I don't want to be with them, I should be able to implicitly trust them and they me. The only time I would with hold any information is if it's a matter of violating a Non disclosure agreement or confidentiality agreement that may hurt a company or client. I will however speak of those things in general terms but no specifics. Everything else is transparent or disclosed, if she has a problem with how I think, then I would also feel like she was with me for ulterior reasons and not with me for me.0
Most Helpful Girl
I agree with it, because if you feel you need to delete/hide things from your SO then you obviously have ulterior motives. It isn't necessarily a case of cheating, it is a case of respecting your partner , and having boundaries within the relationship. My conscience wouldn't allow me to keep things from my SO, i would never be that deceitful
Loyalty is paramount in any relationship. A person's loyalty can tested by what they do when your back is turned. So I would never put myself in a position to have my loyalty questioned by my SO0