Do you think spouses should share passwords to social networking sites such as facebook?
What if there has been a past infidelity or occurence of online flirtation/cheating?
No because there should be that implied trust that gives you stability within the relationship. If you've had issues before then you should consider relationship therapy, counseling or something else but keeping tabs on someone like their your child or pet gets old.
It is the matter of personal freedom.It depends on the relationship and mutual understanding between the couple.
I think sharing passwords shows a level of trust that is not easy to come by. The one person you love is the one person who you should trust completely and share everything with.
The only reason I see for somebody not sharing their facebook details is if they have something to hide.
Today in America one in five divorces is related to Facebook. It is a serious issue.
If your partner has your details, and you know that, it is going to urge you on as an individual to be more faithful as well.
I think no, because there should be some privacy between the two and this is the matter of trust on each other and both people should give some space to each other.
It depends on what kind of relationship you have. If you started strict to each other, independent even as a couple, they sharing passwords is a no-no. Its a part of your individual privacy. But if you are the type of couple that is very close, you dont have any privacy issues, sure, share your passwords. Just like my husband and me, we know each other's passwords even in all of our email addresses. We are also working home based so it is also important that we know all the passwords.
There is no right and wrong in this matter, it depends on the couples.
I think they should have trust in one another to have their own separate facebooks. I think they should trust them enough to know they can have their own privacy and know they wouldnt cheat or nothing. If they dont trust them, they shouldnt be in a relationship with them at all.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THOSE STUFF ARE PRIVATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
no, but I don't think trust (or lack of) should be a factor.
if a person doesn't/cannot trust their spouse enough to not feel comfortable with the person having his/her own PW etc., the problem is a lot deeper than anything "sharing passwords" will resolve.
in contrast, the reason I believe everyone should have their own is that 'togetherness' can go too far-- people are individuals, and need things of their own. this is also why I think it's ridiculous for spouses to share the same email account.
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