Don’t Look Through Your Partner’s Phone, If You Value Your Relationship!!

Don’t Look Through Your Partner’s Phone, If You Value Your Relationship!!

Your partner gets up and off the couch and tells you “I’m going to take a shower. I’ll be out in a bit.” You say “Okay.”

Then a minute later you hear the bathroom door lock, the shower turn on, and finally, the pleasant sound of water crashing on the tub. And then it hits you! Your partner left their phone right next to you, and you have a sudden and profound urge to look through it!

You’re Violating Their Trust In You, your partner has put trust in you by leaving their phone out in the open. They have shown respect and faith in you, so at the very least, you should offer them the same in return.

You’re Setting Your Relationship Back

By violating the trust you seemingly had with your partner, you set your relationship back. Whether you find anything suspicious doesn’t matter. The fact that you don’t trust your companion shows that you’re not heading in the right direction with them.

The insecurity of believing that they are not committed to you speaks volumes about where you really are with them. By hiding something, you only traverse further in the wrong direction!

Many Different Negative Scenarios Can Play Out

If you do decide to look through their phone, all sorts of unintended consequences can play out.

For one, your partner can catch you—which would not only be incredibly awkward, but potentially relationship-ending!

Nobody wants someone who secretively and connivingly goes through their stuff when they’re not around. If your partner catches you doing this, there is a decent chance they will end things with you.

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Its advisable to avoid your partner’s phone if you truly value your relationship!!

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