Ever tested your partners faithfulness?

just how great - Great is thy faithfulness. From Lamentations 3:22
@bjcyrix (6910)
Philippines
August 31, 2008 6:28am CST
For those with an open relationship, its not so much of an issue but for those "exclusive" relationships, do you go out of your way just to test your partners'/boyfriends'/girlfriends' faithfulness? Maybe borrowed your friends phone and text/call you significant other just to see if he/she will take the bait and give in to temptation? Up to where have you gone with this "test"? Up to what extent will you go?What are your opinions on these kinds of "tests"? Are these really necessary in a relationship? or maybe its just a way to reassure you from any insecurities? What are your experiences on this? Care to share? Thanks.^_^
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
Exclusive relationships that does not admit other things or one that cannot exist or be true if something else exists or is true? Anyway, my only experience with this kind of 'fidelity test' was when a classmate of mine had a very terrible quarrel with her boyfriend who happens to be an upper class man. Though not knowing of how the disagreement began or whatever the cause was, we helped her out on determining if their relationship was just on the rocks or going down to the trenches. She asked for a cellphone and did just what you have exemplified. She introduced herself with the borrowed cellphone to her unsuspecting boyfriend through SMS as just one of those mobile phone users who luckily sent a message in a randomly dialed manner. It was disappointing for her to realize that her boy friend just conveniently became available again just after their unsettled spat. We really couldn't confront the guy about it since, we were obviously in no position to beat him up for unsettling our friend. Later on, that classmate of ours just decided to focus on her studies more than to be in any relationship anytime soon.. though, it has been a while since that happened.. perhaps she already has someone reliable..
@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
Huh?how can an exclusive relationship be a relationship if it cannot exist because of something else? Hmm, your friends actions seem to be justified and at least she had some closure even if its not directly from the guy. Your story brings me back to question if most guys are like that… Kinda like drowning herself with work, or in this case, studies, just to move and forget the guy huh? Im glad that she was able to see it for what it is and that hopefully, she does have someone reliable. Thanks for the response.^_^
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@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
Closure.. I guess she had. It wouldn't be surprising if she does find someone more suited for her. Your welcome (^_^ )
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@bjcyrix (6910)
• Philippines
1 Sep 08
She was those kinds of girls huh? I really do hope that she found someone right for her.
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