Why do you need proof that cheating is occurring to acknowledge that you don’t feel safe in the relationship? There are so many times in my life where I haven’t felt safe in a relationship (not necessarily romantic) & have just resigned to being a victim of those feelings & reacting to them instead of facing them head on.
I encourage you to look at these beliefs in greater depth before entering into any future relationships. Let’s say I’ve been acting weird and she gets a guy feeling, she’s gonna probably confront me and immediately start crying as if I really was doing something (only thing is my girl knows my password and I’d never do anything to hurt her) and the same goes for guys, you really think we can go about this calmly? I’m on this page not because I want to check my girls phone, but because even though she always tells me she loves me and I’m the only one, and she stopped partying and drinking for me, but still I don’t like her guy friends and idk how to tell her that, one of them is a complete douche and flirts with her but she’s blind too it and I’d rather not kick the dudes ass… (Last time I said something about one of her guy friends she got pissed at me) he was also flirting… Your comments reflect the belief of a feminist utopia that does not exist.
Sending Peace & Calm, Victoria Reply What about marriage. There cant be password nor anything hidden in marriage. I am not an “evil” male, but if you take any type of sociology or history class it will show a dependence from a female for a male to provide.
You know something’s off, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. Well this same theme plays out in many different ways in relationships.
Maybe you don’t check her phone, but you look through her emails instead.
What I mean here is that if you feel inclined to look in your partners phone, you’re obviously feeling insecure about the relationship. In fact, if you DO decide to look in the phone, now you’re adding in violations of trust, anger, guilt and a slew of other emotions that only add to the complexity of the situation.