Giving your spouse access to your phone or email seems dreadful, but if there’s nothing to hide, there’s no harm in sharing the passwords, right?
Yes and no.
It totally comes in handy in case of emergency, but it also opens doors to snooping, depending on your relationship.
In their latest sit-down about relationships, Rock-T and Krystal discussed why it’s not a horrible thing if you’re trying to build up trust or maintain it (see video up top). They noted that when you give courtesy check-ins and are open about your day-to-day doings and whereabouts, it limits the urge to snoop because you’re not leaving room for a person to be nosey if you’re an open book from the start – as you should be in relationships.
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Some people feel it oversteps boundaries dread the idea, while others find it comforting and safe. Where do you draw the line?
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How Much Do Partners Need To Share In Relationships? was originally published on rickeysmileymorningshow.com