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Will you feel the need to spy on your partner if you are feeling insecure in your relationship?   

#snooping around #snooping spouse #relationship spy


Avyanna Dream Site Admin
@admin · Posted 28 Jan. 2021

I know snooping is a violation of a person's boundary. What if you are feeling insecure and you need proof to confront him/her?


Nancy Mac
@Nancymac · Posted 28 Jan. 2021

First of all, you snoop into your partner's phone, computer if he or she gives you reasons for mistrust that there might be cheating involved, or watching porn. Like, look for signs of lots of texts, him stopping a phone call when you walk into a room, switching websites as you walk into a room. If he hides his cell phone or says do not answer it. Your phone computer should be open for either partner, if he is keeping something from you, there is something going on.


Bomb . Carpe Diem...
@bomb · Posted 28 Jan. 2021

That will just move things from bad to worse. You may end up unearthing things that will just stress you up. I ascribe to the mantra that, "what you don't know doesn't matter". Plus, if you have lost trust in your partner to that extent of snooping on them, it just means your relationships is on a downward trend and you need to rethink the whole thing. Policing an adult will not bring back the trust. In fact it will kill the little hope or trust that is left. 


Debbie Katz  Free Spirit
@debkatz78 · Posted 28 Jan. 2021

I have had relationships like this and they are not healthy. If I have a reason not to trust the person I am in a relationship with, I should be questioning what is wrong with the relationship. When you get to a point where you feel the need to snoop around and check for proof of something, you are already convinced you are being lied to and just need to validate that self-truth. 

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