On sharing your passwords with your significant other...
April 3, 2007 9:36pm CST
Have you done that? Or will you do it? Based from past experience, I have learned that giving your partner far too much information is just that, too much. It had brought nothing but trouble, and so I never did it again. I know that in order for a relationship to work, both parties should be able to trust each other. But a little privacy couldn't hurt anybody. Well, those are my thoughts. Others are free to differ. Your thoughts?
4 Apr 07
I did that once, and the result was a disaster. An off-colored joke from a friend's email made my boyfriend erupt like a super volcano. And then there's this other people's privacy issue. Some of my friends sends me emails about their personal life, something my bf is not privy of, and it's not fair to them that my guy gets to read their emails when its an "for your eyes only" type.
4 Apr 07
I think It's ok to share passwords with your significant other, I used to do that with my significant other- I'm not really scared as to what he’ll see with my email accounts because I know for a fact that I'm not hiding anything from him. So I just let him have my passwords and stuff. I know at times it can bring trouble, but that’s only if… you’re keeping something from your mate. I know for some of us here, privacy is important to have in a relationship as well. I have no problems with that so if in case that I have something that I feel that I need to keep to myself. I just simply don’t mention it to others so they won’t get curious about it.