(Closed) Not sure how to approach this suspicion?

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
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Busy bee

How weird! If you truly do have honest communication, you should be able to just ask him straight– “Hey, I noticed yesterday that when I was getting messages in this group, your phone was buzzing too. Can I check to see if I was accidentally logged into Facebook on your phone? It was so weird and it’s just been bugging me!” If he says sure, go ahead; then that seems like you’re fine, if he gets defensive or weird about it, I’d wonder what was up.

Post # 3
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6441 posts
Bee Keeper

menopaws3 :  That’s weird he would log into your FB and not tell you.  I could see if he told you first and then did it??? But not really. I don’t think that kind of behavior is appropriate.  Why can’t he trust you on fB?

Post # 4
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: City, State

What was his reaction to his phone blowing up whenever yours did?

Post # 6
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751 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2015

Did he say anything or acknowledge it when your phones started going off at the same time? I assume he was right there.

Post # 8
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

You can actually check on facebook and see what devices your FB is logged into on, it will say like “Iphone 6” & when I leave it logged in on my husbands phone it will say “Samsung Galaxy 7”. I check it sometimes to make sure no hackers have been on my account. One time it said I was logged in somewhere down south and then you can click something saying its not you and it will log you out. you can also set it to where it sends you an email whenever anyone logs into your account from a different device. That might give you some more concrete evidence before you go accusing but it def sounds like he was logged in on yours. 

Post # 9
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club

menopaws3 :  Maybe ask your friend to send you fb messages again while you’re with him again which will give you the oppurtunity to say “why is your phone going off everytime I get a FB message? I noticed that happened the other night too, did I log onto FB from your phone or something?” 

Post # 10
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Bumble bee

menopaws3 :  There is two things you can do.

1. You get someone to facebook “call” you. The phone will actually ring, while he’s in the same room as you. Then you can say, sorry babe did I ever use you’re phone to log onto my facebook. And see what he says, if he lies then you mention something.

2. You can go to you’re privacy settings on facebook and click “open sessions” it will tell you which devices you’re fb is logged into. (I would do this first) it will tell you the model of phone being used & location of the cell phone as well. That way you can tell 100% if he’s actually signed on.

3. You can opt to say nothing, and log off that session where I mentioned above and change you’re fb password.

Best of luck bee.

Post # 11
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Newbee
  • Wedding: December 1969

menopaws3 :  to be honest I don’t find it all this odd, I stay off Facebook and if my sister had showed me something or I wanted to see something on fb, I just use hers and stay signed in because I don’t care. Maybe he was wanting to see what everyone was talking about because he feels left out? I wouldn’t immediately think that he’s watching you and spying. I think he would put his phone on mute immediately and try play it off, but if he wasn’t bothered about his phone buzzing or whatever that seems pretty relaxed. Just say, hey I notice you’re on my fb, want me to make you one for the group chat? I don’t see why you wouldn’t be bothered if he was on your fB anyway 

Post # 12
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Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2016

That is really weird. If it were me, I’d ask my friend to send me a bunch of FB messages again. Then when you notice his phone constantly going off just ask him about it. You don’t need to be accusatory. I like the wording PP used. 

Post # 13
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: September 2015 - Hotel Ballroom

I’m the kind of person who’d do something like have my friend send me a message like:

“Dear [your SO]:

It has come to [your name]’s attention that you are snooping through her FB and even have it hooked to your phone. This is WRONG on so many levels and your lack of trust is very upsetting to her! The reason she isn’t confronting you face to face is she wants to believe the best of you and give you the benefit of the doubt. This ONE chance to make this right. Log out of her FB IMMEDIATELY and NEVER do something this shady again! Now we can all pretend that your phone going off with notifications the same moment as hers every single time was a fluke and you can live happily ever after!”

After a few days I would change my password and security question. If he HAS seen it then he’d be smart to never say anything and log out. If he hasn’t then you didn’t risk a huge blowout and it WAS just a fluke. If you are confident he has seen it and he somehow gets a hold of your new password and this starts happening again…then you have the right to ‘go to war’ with him.

Post # 14
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9693 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

So I just saw this meme (please excuse the bad grammar, it was on my 16 y/o cousin’s FB page). 

Looks like you can change your phone settings to route all send/receive messages on someone else’s phone to yours. I think you do it by linking your phone number? I dunno, I’m “old.”

Anyways, if you guys have good, open communication you should just be able to ask him. He’s most likely going through trust issues, because he’s reflecting behaviors of his ex on to you, which isn’t fair at all. I would ask if he’s ok with going to individual counseling to help him with his trust issues. Maybe even tell him, that had he asked for your permission to do that – you would have let him bc you have nothing to hide – but since he did it without asking you, he’s now betrayed YOUR trust.

 

Post # 15
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

How did he get your password? 

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