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Invaded her privacy....
Well, heres the story, been with my g/f for about 2 and a bit years, broke up a few times in between, the usual thing, saw other people, came back, all happy. Anyway, I know you shouldn't be in a relationship when you don't trust someone, but it isn't that I dont trust her, I'm just a very suspicious person.
So anyway, last week, she went on holiday with 2 girls mates for a week, they fell out while on holiday so apparently she spent a fair bit of time with the boys who lived next door. Anyway, I was a bit off with her when she came back, being the slightly suspicious person that I am, (to be fair, I'm very private, get funny when she reads my phone/blah blah blah) she seemed to be spending time on msn.
As the story unfolds, I came to check my email lastnight, and found some messages on there from this guy, so I just to the worse, as you would, sent her a text message just saying "might not be an idea to leave hotmail signed in next time you use my pc." She rang and said well I can understand how you feel, but I swear nothing happened, we're just good friends and so on. Reading the messages after, it is actually pretty clear that nothing did happen, although he does seem a bit of a slime ball.
But anyway, spoke to her today and shes now very angry, upset and annoyed that I read her emails and invaded her privacy. I've read the article on here about snooping, oops, looks like I cocked that up. IMO, she's slightly over reacting and turning this round onto me being the baddy, which yeh, I guess I am. Don't really know what I want to say or hear, I'm in the wrong arn't I? I couldn't help it though, I just saw the name there and clicked, I think anyone of us would, even she.
Thanks for listening, sorry about the essay