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Is it OK to see one's spouse cell phone without his / her knowledge?

  1. nnms profile image79
    nnmsposted 23 months ago

    Is it OK to see one's spouse cell phone without his / her knowledge?

  2. ElenasModels profile image60
    ElenasModelsposted 23 months ago

    In my view No. Without permission, you should not see yours spouse cell phone.

  3. peachpurple profile image83
    peachpurpleposted 23 months ago

    nope it is not right to do so even both are husband and wife.
    However my hubby does read my messages on my phone because most of them are business related

  4. Express10 profile image89
    Express10posted 23 months ago

    No, it is not but many people do this even when no one is in any danger & there is no true need to "snoop."

  5. Bella Sames profile image77
    Bella Samesposted 23 months ago

    Competely up to you. Personally with my partner there is always transparency and no comfort zone to what each of us knows about eachother.

  6. dashingscorpio profile image88
    dashingscorpioposted 23 months ago

    https://usercontent1.hubstatic.com/13064514_f260.jpg

    Essentially you're asking: Is ok to (spy) on your spouse's phone?
    No it's not okay to go through someone's mail, email, or phone.
    The real purpose for snooping through a mate's phone is to verify one's suspicions. If you thought everything was great the last thing on your mind would be to go snoop through their personal belongings.
    If you don't trust someone remove them from your circle.
    Unless you are someone who is paranoid, insecure, or jealous by nature then (assume) you are right that something is going on.
    Now what???
    Are you unhappy in the marriage and (need something major) like cheating to give {yourself permission} to end the marriage?
    If you want to know something just (ask)!
    Trusting someone doesn't mean you can't ask your mate questions.
    Trust means (you believe they will give you honest answers) to them.
    Naturally if you don't trust them to be honest with you it really doesn't matter whether you find anything or not.
    Your quest is really to prove you're smarter then they are...etc Imagine if they found out you were snooping; they wouldn't trust you!

  7. word55 profile image73
    word55posted 23 months ago

    No, that shows the person is a snooper. The snooper may be insecure and disregarding spouse's privacy.Even if there is speculation of something curious it shouldn't be done.

  8. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 23 months ago

    If you are paying the bill for it, it is usually legal for you to look at it.
    If you aren't paying the bill for it, the legality is vague.

  9. chuckandus6 profile image77
    chuckandus6posted 23 months ago

    i  think it is ok if there is nothng to hide then there is nothing that should be hidden

 
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