Post # 1
Passwords? To email, FB and such?
I do have mine and he has mine as well. It has nothing to do with no trust just more I don’t care. Right now we’re looking at houses and I use his email as the contact and I will check it to see if anyone responded. He did change it for awhile and wouldn’t tell me what it was while he was designing my ring though! lol I will say the most annoying thing about him having my FB password is he plays all the games under my profile and sends out all those game requests!
Post # 3
Yes every of them and he has mine as well 🙂
Post # 4
I have his, he has mine – it’s more for convenience at this point than anything else. I don’t check his e-mail unless I have a very good reason (such as getting his friends contact info for his surprise party) and the same goes for him.
Post # 5
Yes, we have each other’s passwords.
Post # 6
We have been together for 8 years so there’s pretty much nothing we don’t know about each other.
Post # 7
I have his FB one but not his email.
Post # 8
I never even thought to exchange passwords…how exactly does that convo go? I’m curious if you guys asked, or how it came to be that you shared them…surprised that so many people have. If he asked for mine, I’d of course give it, but I’d also be like “umm…why?”
Post # 9
Sort of. I know all of his standard passwords. But I don’t know which ones go to which things (because I’m too lazy to keep them straight). I’m pretty sure I don’t know his email though because we have to change it pretty frequently (student email address). And I don’t know any of his bank account passwords, but we haven’t merged finances yet and won’t until the wedding. We do share several accounts though, like netflix.
Post # 10
We don’t, and I wouldn’t really want to have access to them. That’s his personal stuff.
Post # 11
Yep, only because of the number of times one of us has had to phone the other to check an email/something to do with the bank. Knowing each others passwords was just easier!
Post # 12
No, he doesn’t have my passwords but I have them all written down in my agenda. I do have his debit card password, but that’s because he forgets what it is!
Post # 13
@WhatMaeBee: I’m curious about this too. I have one of his passwords, but it’s b/c he needed me to log in as him. I don’t really know how this conversation goes without being all “Hey- I want access to your FB and email accounts.”
Post # 14
No. No need to. However, I do know the password to his computer so when I’m over at his house I can use it. Otherwise, why would I check his email, FB, or anything else?
I would feel weird asking, I would feel weird giving, and I know he would feel weird asking. I just think there can be some mystery and – shock! – trust. I’m not trying to say that all people who exchange these lack trust, but I do think there should be some personal boundaries.
Post # 15
We have each others’ passwords, but we constantly forget them. It’s a mess, and we’d suck at hacking each other if we had to.
Post # 16
Yes and he has mine. It wasn’t a trust issue between us. It was more of a “hey could log into my Facebook/e-mail/etc. The password is ______.”