Password on phone??
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DeNaLi
DeNaLi
My husband of 9 yrs always has a password on his phone, should i trust him or should i do something about it??
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DeNaLi
DeNaLi

I feel that he's not doing nothing wrong, i can also check his bill whenever i want..AND I HAVE' when i tell him to open his phone he automatically opens it without getting mad. But then again WHY, i ask!! i guess its just me and people putting shit in my head =\

Tzaroh
Tzaroh

uh-uh...I used to have the same problem with my husband. I did not trust my instinct! I should have confronted him right then before things got worse. You need to talk to him about it for your own peace of mind, i know how it feels. If you think he‘s having a “monkey business“, don‘t accuse him yet. Let him know that his use of password disturbs you. It‘s up to you to evaluate what would come out of his mouth. Should you feel that he‘s up to something behind your back, you better be cautious! :)

Rosanna-Symone
Rosanna-Symone "Rozay"

Just Try To Trust Him But If You Feel Unconformable And You Think Something Is Going Wrong..Sit Down And Talk To Him Or Just Ask For His Phone And The Password But Yeah You Should Trust Him Tho But He Shouldnt Have A Password On His Phone Tho Although He Shouldnt Keep Things Away Especially His Phone But Trust Him But If You Feel Like You Shouldnt Talk To Him

littlerosenakita
littlerosenakita

pull a gun on him and ask him wat the fudge hes hiding frome you!.... or you could aproach the situation delicately and asking him to share his password with you and making sure you dont damage your relationship :>

Rosanna-Symone
Rosanna-Symone "Rozay"

Lol Haha Dats Wats Up But We Dont Want Her To Go To Jail Or Even Scare Da Bruh Lol

devankimble505
devankimble505 Devon Kimble

Trust him, if hasnt given you any reasons not to, then don't try to fix what isn't broken.

JORdinary_[W.s.)
JORdinary_[W.s.) S.Young

Just try to trust him, its understandable, why you would be worried. Maybe it might be for security reasons? If he ever lose's the phone none can get in it.

SimplyyBliss
SimplyyBliss Bliss

everyone needs a little privacy now and then, but one day just messing around tell him "hey can i see you phone, i know you have a lock on it & i respect your privacy but I'm curious to whats in your phone", maybe that might help.

jakewayjessie
jakewayjessie Jessie Renee Jakeway

I would trust him. I have a password on my phone, not to hide anything but just incase if I lose my phone or it gets stolen people whom I don't know don't go through it because I have important emails that have to do with my credit card on my gmail and things like that. :) If he hasn't done anything to not make him untrustworthy, don't assume... Worst possible thing you can do.

AvanNathan
AvanNathan Avan Nathan

Do something.. A family didn't need secrets isn't it?

pinklips
pinklips

Password on phone means he probably has something to hide. Yes you should trust him because he's your husband, but if he needs a password he probably doesn't trust you. I think you should just ask him why.

rendellkyle
rendellkyle

you should not lost faith in him, but also take repercussion. its been 9 yrs, so certainly you can feel if there is something wrong or anything bugging your husband. if there is, try to talk him out of this, don't just blame him with something you aren't sure. God bless...

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