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Lacy wrote: »
Yeah i get that all the time...men eh!
Sofie wrote: »
Why are you with someone you can't trust?
Why does he has explain anything to you? I think YOU are the one with the problem - he hasn't (IMO) actually done anything wrong. Unless it's considered 'wrong' to have friends of the opposite sex?
Your boyfriend doesn't need to tell you everything. If I had a boyfriend, I wouldn't expect him to tell me everything.
**Helen** wrote: »
Dear oh dear, this is all getting very judgemental. If you're just going to be rude about it then it's a good idea to stop replying to the thread to be honest.
Vick, it does sound like there might be more to this situation than was first presented. It sounds like you going through the phone has opened up a whole can of worms that has been festering for a while. If you're able to have an open and honest, non-confrontational conversation with your boyfriend then you might have a good chance of working through this.
This article may well help: Communicating as a couple. Kazbo has also given some sound insights. take care
Sofie wrote: »
Helen - I didn't mean to be rude about this. I was just trying to state my opinion. And at times it can be a bit hard not to come across as judgemental.
vick_stitch wrote: »
Yes, looking at someone's phone is a sign of a lack of trust, but sometimes it isn't a one-way thing. The reason I felt unsure about things was partly because of my own insecurities, but partly because my b/f is very closed.
but fundamentally he hasn't committed any crimes of the heart.