Hi GaGs ,
After 14 years of marriage, an ugly divorce, and 6 years to "find myself",
20 years later, i am now dating again. In a society where the world is at our fingertips, and cheating and infidelity is so much easier,...
Do you think it's ok or not ok to request to share social media passwords between two people that have agreed to be monogamous, exclusive, committed etc?
At this day and age, blindly trusting my boyfriend of 3 years seems to be a bit naive.
What do you think of modern couples agreeing to share each other's social media passwords where the possibility online "friends" aren't really friends at all?
Is it possible to share nice?
Hi GaGs ,
What Guys Said 4
i think trust is better than surveillance. i mean if a person really wants to do shady things they can find ways to do it outside of social media right? so the point is to trust the person you are with and if you don't trust them you shouldn't be with them.2
I think its just going to lead to another failed marriage. If you don't trust someone enough to not need their password, why would you marry them0
WTF? No, everyone deserves privacy, even if they're dating you. Don't ask for stuff like that. We're all entitled to privacy. Even you.0
I think that would be odd, unless there's a specific history of cheating in that case.1
What Girls Said 3
Personally, I feel that even as a couple, you have a right to privacy. Anybody who wants to cheat WILL cheat, with or without free access to social media. I personally wouldn't give my SO my passwords, but if he had to occasionally check just for me to prove I was faithful, fine. But all in all if you can't trust your partner then you have nothing.1
Honestly I think if you need social media passwords, the relationship is doomed because of a lack of trust. If someone wants to cheat, they're gonna find a way to cheat regardless.0
Personally, if i feel like i can't trust him and need his passwords to monitor his accounts then count me out of the relationship. I'd never want to do that... i mean why on earth would i want that? What's next... maybe you should put a tracking device on his car along with a bug and a video cam? Maybe while he is asleep you can inject a gps locator under his skin and track his every movement. If you can't trust him on social media, where can you trust him? I'd say you have three options...1) dump him because he has done something to you that causes you to mistrust him... or 2) go see a counselor because your previous experience has given you trust issues or 3) both 1 and 21
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