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Is it Ever OK To Check Your Partner’s Phone? Marriage Therapists Weigh In.
In a survey, 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men admitted to doing so.
How to Snoop
Vanessa Van Edwards
Author, Modern Day Dale Carnegie
Admit it. At one time or another you snooped. Maybe you peeked at your significant other's phone. Opened a friend's medicine cabinet. Or perhaps you even took a sneaky look into someone's desk drawer. Don't worry, I won't tell.
HPL Takes On: Affairs Of The Heart
Is infidelity always a bad thing? HuffPost Live spoke to people who were caught cheating, people who were cheated on as well as relationship experts to see if affairs can strengthen a relationship as opposed to destroy it.
Here's How Many People Check Their S.O.'s Cell Phone: Survey
Women on the other hand, were motivated more by curiosity; 30 percent said they snooped because they are nosey, only 21 percent
8 Things Happy Couples Don't Do
James Michael Sama
Public Speaker and Writer
One of the key ingredients to a happy relationship is trust, and people who trust each other don't invade each others' privacy by snooping around. There should be no need for a password protected phone or deleting your Facebook chat history.
Lights Go On -- New Year's 2014 Resolutions -- 'Toward and Away'
Best Selling Author, Award Winning Composer and Producer
It occurred to me -- what about accomplishing in regard to moving away from something, stop doing something, use my resources to put to rest habits and tendencies that are counterproductive to me and therefore others?
What You Need to Ask Yourself Before Snooping
Tamara Shayne Kagel
Writer, Lawyer, Dancer, Blogger
Every woman I know has done it. At some point during your dating career, you will either glance at his texts, read his emails, look in his sock drawer or read his Facebook messages.
The Rules of Netiquette: To Snoop, or Not to Snoop
Author, Online Dating and Netiquette Expert, CEO of Cyber-Dati...
It's one thing to do a background check, which is becoming more popular for singles on online dating sites, but should you go to jail for reading your spouse's email in your own home?
How Snooping Can Hurt Your Relationship
Whether it's peering in a party host's medicine cabinet or peeking at a date's unopened mail, spying on friends, family and
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