Snoop on Your Partner? Please Stop it.

Let’s have a test: Your partner leaves his cell phone on the dining room table. His texts and emails can be easily accessed by you. Would you look? Have you ever looked?

If your answer is yes, well, you are not the only one.

In a study reported in 2013, 34% of women and 62% men, admitted they had checked their partner’s phone. The study also found that the influence of this action could be huge. Nearly a third, 31% of people said they would consider stop the relationship if they learned their partner had been snooped on their privacy without permission.

A relationship without trust is worthless- When your partner is mad at you because your mistrust, how could you do to repair the relationship?

Here is some useful advice.

1- Explain your actions.

He’ll need to: Understand why you snooped. Understand what you were feeling to make you feel like you had no choice. Understand that you’re sorry and that you know it was wrong. Understand what you’ll do from now on so that you’ll never do it again.

2-Tell him you love him and that you only snooped because you were afraid you’d lose him.

3- Apologize and NEVER snoop again.

Besides, one more easy tricks to keep you away from such embarrassment in intimacy: Download a useful android app in your phone. AppLock will be a good choice.

With this app you can lock your apps, texts, photos & videos, calls. No need to worry about curious partner any more by simply set a password for your stuffs. Come and learn more: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.domobile.applock

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