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Have you ever spied on anyone?

  1. GDiBiase profile image81
    GDiBiaseposted 5 years ago

    Have you ever spied on anyone?

  2. MickS profile image71
    MickSposted 5 years ago

    No.

  3. tom hellert profile image60
    tom hellertposted 5 years ago

    Yes I suspected my cheating hoar ex-girlfreind of being unfaithful- and wow what a shock she kissed a guy in her work parking lot when she was pregnant with my daughter- I forgave her but she did it again with another guy after we were engaged.. she eventually married him but she got a more controlling guy than I ever was alledged to be,.. serves her right... dumb coar hunt slot... the letters were changed to fit hubpages standards but you get it..
    TH

  4. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 5 years ago

    Guilty!  When my daughter was dating her first and only boyfriend (now her husband of 12 years) I peeked out the curtain at them on the porch saying good night once.  Felt so guilty, I never did it again!

  5. Disturbia profile image60
    Disturbiaposted 5 years ago

    Yes, my kids when they were on the internet. At the time I had two teenage girls and I felt it was my responsibility to protect them using whatever means available. There is software you can put on your computer which records all the activity.  The kids were always aware of it and there was never a problem.  However, my new husband didn't know about it and about 6 weeks after our wedding, I caught him going into chat rooms, viewing webcams, having cyber-sex with other women, and even planning to meet up with some of them.  Ironically, the sexual activity was not the issue. It was all the lies and dishonesty that was the problem. I had what was known as an "open marriage" with my first husband so if that's what this one wanted, there could have been some arrangement.  But that's not how it was. He kept going behind my back, telling lies about how horrible I was. He lied about our relationship and said we were just living together. He lied to gain sympathy and to manipulate lonely women he met in chat rooms. He made promises to me about never doing it again, which he never intended to keep. He claimed to have an internet porn addiction, etc.  He went to therapy, we went to counselling, but he never quit the behavior. He was also an alcholic which I didn't know until after we were living together.  I went through several detoxes with him, each one worse than the one before. He would stay sober for a few months, but then he would always go back to drinking.  So, after five years, I finally had enough of the dishonesty and the insanity of this relationship and showed him the door.

 
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