Well, there are two problems I see here. 1. You violated his privacy, I'm assuming he gave you his login information as a sign of trust, he probably doesn't want you ACTUALLY reading his emails. 2. He's not being open. From what I've experienced and observed, a relationship (any relationship, not just a romantic one) is doomed to fail if both people are not open and honest with one another.Perhaps you should talk to him about it? Tell him you're upset about how he's not talking to you as he used to. If he cares about you, he wouldn't want to upset you, would he? Oh well, that's just my opinion, do as you see best.
He knows.If his not engaging you in detailed conversation of his family and it's getting worse, sorry to say, your relationship is begining to end. Be honest with yourself and him. Tell him how you feel.At one time he obviously was more open with you than he is willing today. Something has changed.If you try to talk to him about this and he try's to avoid or make light of the situation then you know something has to change. If you can't resolve this doubt in you mind today it will only grow overtime.
maybe he thinks he's being hacked form some one else so that's why he changed his password but don't avoid it or him talk to him... Good Luck:)
i think he knows.and I guess he's being the bigger person and not dumping you for violating his privacy.
He gave me his email login information. Does he know that I spied?
My boyfriend of three years gave me his email login information years ago I don't know if he still remembers if he did. Occasionally I look at it... Show More