Whenever I'm dating somebody I give them full access to everything I have pretty much, I don't have anything to hide if I'm fully committed and invested into them. If they go in without telling me or without me having given them that info/permission then I'd feel betrayed because of the lack of trust and it would probably put a barrier between us, but if I had given it to her and she decided to get on and look it's fine. I can understand wanting privacy, but if you can't share that type of shit comfortably with your partner then you obviously think you're doing something they'd dislike or is wrong, which is a problem right there.
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I trusted him completely and never snooped, until he confessed to sleeping with multiple other women while I was pregnant with our child. I went through his phone while he was in the shower to see who he had been texting. It wasn't right, but curiosity got the best of me.
I haven't but at the same time my girlfriend hasn't given me a reason to. If that day ever came would I? I really like to think that I would still trust her after all these years, but honestly you don't know what you'll do until you are in that scenario
No, I've never gone through his personal accounts or devices. Even in relationships, I value the concept of privacy. If someone trusts their partner, they shouldn't feel the need to snoop through their phone or social media accounts.
I did a lot in my 20s but now that I'm 33 I don't feel the need. I can almost go with my gut when something feels off or I feel like he's cheating. And things I cared about in my 20s like porn no longer bother me. I only want relationships that make me feel like I'd be a total bitch to invade his privacy.
Yeah but I've not done that to my current boyfriend. I see no reason to do that. If he were cheating then I'd probably find out about it without snooping. If he's hiding shit from me, the truth will come out eventually. A relationship that isn't built on honesty will crumble at the end of the day