In saying that I really think people have a right to their privacy. But if I loved someone and I could see that me keeping this from them was hurting them or making them feel insecure - then I would become an open book in that instance just to give them an understanding of the situation so they wouldn't have to go through the torture of playing out scenarios in their head. At the end of the day as much as I wouldn't want someone snooping on me or knowing all of the ins and outs of my feelings - if it meant they could let go of the suspicion ... I would do that for someone I loved.
OP I would be asking your partner what he would be thinking and feeling if a single guy moved in next door and not only did you form a close friendship where you confided relationship issues but were refusing to let him see text messages and deleting them? Would he feel it inappropriate?
Somehow I think he would think yes, whether he would admit to it or not.
You have every right to feel what you feel.
I think he might be hiding something...
As a quick question for all the women screaming for this mans blood, what would you feel if it turns out to be entirely innocent and you've convinced this poor woman he's having an affair? She stated in her first post that she didn't think he was, nor does she suspect the other woman is a man stealer. She was just wondering if she was over reacting because it is a woman rather than a man.
For shame if you've compromised someones marriage based on your own experiences.
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