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You read ur partners texts & found out he/she is cheating. Do you have the moral ground to confront?


.... remember, you shouldn't be checking his/her text messages in the first instance. So, what do you do?

 

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    libby1970 5 years ago

    I'm sorry but I don't understand how people think married people should have all this privacy! Why would you need privacy from your spouse? I've never hidden anything, nor would I and I expect the same! When two people marry they decide to become one

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A question of morality and suspicion

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    Elena (Lady_E) 5 years ago

    Thanks. I will pop by to read it.

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    Elena (Lady_E) 5 years ago

    Thanks so much for taking time to write a Hub about it. I enjoyed reading it.

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    Elena (Lady_E) 5 years ago

    No. It's a relationship topic I heard being discussed on Radio. I wouldn't do such a thing. :-)


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    libby1970 5 years ago

    I agree! I see all these people talking about invasion of privacy in here, what privacy? You are married...becoming one means you don't hide things or need privacy! You are one...you share! Privacy in a marriage is for people who want to cheat

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