Last week I was listening to a podcast and at some point the topic of snooping was brought up. The hosts were talking about relationships and how they’ve snooped on their significant others social networking sites, cellphones, or emails to see what they’ve been up to and whether or not snooping is okay to do. And all of the people in the radio room agreed that they’ve snooped on their partner and that it’s perfectly fine to do.
So would I ever snoop or spy on my significant other?
I personally don’t have a reason not to trust my significant other.
What is wrong with people? Trust is a big issue and if you don’t trust the person that you’re with then you have nothing. And you shouldn’t be in a relationship at all.
I feel like people snoop on their significant others because they’re curious, they feel like their partner may be cheating, or they want to know everything their partner is doing so that they can control them and what they do. Temptation to snoop to see what’s going on may be there, but really, snooping is just dumb and invasive and trust can be broken. And if you don’t have trust, you don’t have a relationship.
Seriously, if you’re suspicious or if you feel like something’s wrong, you’re probably right. But if you decide to snoop, odds are you’re gonna find something you don’t like. And would you really want to find out that way?
Snooping is not the answer. Instead, try talking. A little communication will do your relationship some good.
Have a good day everyone!
June 15th, 2013 at 12:04 am
Never snoop, it will create a lack of trust.