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Does privacy exist in a relationship?

privacy on gold door
privacy on gold door
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  • Sandy 5 years ago

    Yes, there is a certain degree of privacy that does exist in a relationship. Consideration on both parts is very important. It does seem pretty silly to be jealous of a phone. I don't think I ever even thought of looking into my husbands phone for anything or answering it, if it rang and he was busy, I took it to him. I considered my phone, mine and his phone, his. I had infinite trust of myself and him in our relationship. No matter how many times the phone rang, if we were together, he either didn't answer or he did and said to the person on the phone, "Can I call you back another time". Trust is instilled by both parties.

  • o 5 years ago

    cute...confusing read...a no there shouldnt be privacy but there will be.

  • Mel 5 years ago

    Very valid points made--the infamous "phone fiasco" is definitely a common problem in this day and age and it does require trust and communication with both parties involved. Some people don't take the time to have that talk when they first start out and it leads to the "snatch the phone out your hand" scenario, just like you said! Readers, listen to the little lady--talk to your mate!! :)

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