(Closed) Which is a worse breech of trust?

posted 9 years ago in Relationships
Post # 46
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1542 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

This happened to me, I think it was a bit worse since I flirted with a guy on a trip with my friends, it was innocent but I never told Fiance about it. He found out by reading my FB messages and email.

I wasn’t mad he “ivaded my privacy” since I don’t feel it that way (we have each other’s passwords), I was mad he was looking for it cause I really felt it was wrong, that’s why I never told him about this guy. What I did was wrong, and at the end of the day he don’t trusting me (although might not be the right thing), well he was right and found what he was looking for. Do you understand? cause I think it sounds complicated =P.

Post # 49
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7365 posts
Busy Beekeeper

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@barbie86: Some people are nosy, and some people have major trust issues; half the time, that’s why people snoop, not because they have a ‘gut feeling’ something is wrong.

I so agree with this.

Post # 50
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220 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

The intrusion of privacy is worse (very wrong) to my mind. Going to lunch with a friend is perfectly normal behaviour and not something to be justified. People are entitled to freedom and privacy in relationships.

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