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Does Your spouse or significant other have a right to know your online passwords?

angelbaby 2012/07/13 06:13:11
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  • BritPunk 2012/07/13 11:20:01
    No
    BritPunk
    +6
    We all need our own private life, even if we are part of a couple.
    But I can't think of anything I do online that I would be embarrassed for a partner to know.

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  • Jrogers 2012/07/18 02:05:16
    Maybe
    Jrogers
    +2
    If its to your joint accounts like credit cards and bank accounts then yes - if it is to your personal e-mail - then that is up to each married couple - who are we to make that decision for others?
  • Lizzy 2012/07/17 10:57:43
    No
    Lizzy
    +3
    Having survived living with a control freak my answer is definitely NO. Why should your partner have access to every single thing you do, this is an abuse of personal space, which we all need.
    I just thank God i`m no longer in that situation.
  • mm61675 Lizzy 2013/06/06 15:37:51
    mm61675
    +1
    i don't know you but I am glad you are out of that situation. I myself used to be in a similar situation and it is not fun
  • Lizzy mm61675 2013/06/06 17:21:48
    Lizzy
    +1
    Although a controlling person is on some sort of Power Trip, I would say such people are also trying to hide something. In my case it was his drinking. I knew he liked a drink but I had No idea just how much he did drink. Eventually his drinking became so bad he could no longer hide it. Our lives became a Nightmare + I divorced him. You cant help such people, they have to admit they have problems + seek help for themselves.
    He lived a Jekyll + Hide lifestyle. He died before Christmas, everyone in his life since he left spoke very well of him !!. But he could never say he was sorry to his family. A very sad situation.
  • The Reaper 2012/07/14 04:32:39
    Yes
    The Reaper
    +1
    If one has nothing to hide then why not! This is one thing trust is built on, now......... if you ever break up then change them!
  • Vision of Verve 2012/07/14 03:15:45
  • John Hall 2012/07/14 01:35:05
    Yes
    John Hall
    +1
    If my wife wants my password I'll give it to her I have nothing to hide and the same with her .
  • bob'45 2012/07/14 00:42:19
    Yes
    bob'45
    +1
    I have no problem sharing my online passwords with my wife, however she has never had any desire to use the computer.
  • EricVanSingleton 2012/07/13 23:12:22
    No
    EricVanSingleton
    +3
    Sharing that information may be a priviledge, but it is definetly not a right.
  • Centurion~PWCM~JLA 2012/07/13 22:48:14
    Yes
    Centurion~PWCM~JLA
    +3
    My wife and I share email accounts as well as ebay, and several others all of which have different passwords because we have had to change them from time to time.

    We have a book in a safe in which we keep passwords that we may retrieve them when they have not been used in several months.

    Because I trust her and she trusts me and we have nothing to hide from one another this is not a problem for us.
  • Gregaj7 2012/07/13 22:17:03
    Not sure
    Gregaj7
    +3
    That part of the covenant between the two of you.
  • Chief 2012/07/13 20:50:20
    No
    Chief
    +3
    Everyone deserves privacy and there own personal space.
  • Charles R. Anderson 2012/07/13 20:47:10
    No
    Charles R. Anderson
    +4
    If a couple wish to share passwords, that is fine. It is, however, a different thing to say that one has a right to one's spouses passwords.
  • angelbaby Charles... 2012/07/13 20:48:13
    angelbaby
    +1
    I agree .. It's not a right!
  • Saye Saye 2012/07/13 19:01:17
    Yes
    Saye Saye
    +1
    and they have them.
  • danila777 2012/07/13 16:44:15
    Maybe
    danila777
    +1
    my husband knows all of them, nothing to hide.
  • MandaLynne 2012/07/13 16:17:22
    Maybe
    MandaLynne
    +3
    A right? Probably not. But if you have nothing to hide, there is no reason to not share it.
  • .: LiVi :. 2012/07/13 13:58:31
    No
    .: LiVi :.
    +1
    No one has a right to anything except personal space and privacy. If they cannot trust you then they definitely shouldn't have your passwords to anything.
  • ~Adrien~ 2012/07/13 13:31:15
    Maybe
    ~Adrien~
    +2
    Spouse, yes. . . But depending on how significant the 'other' is. . . Maybe
  • dale.wheatley2 2012/07/13 13:29:10
    Maybe
    dale.wheatley2
    +1
    i dont keep secrets
  • SarcasticB*tch 2012/07/13 13:19:26
    Not sure
    SarcasticB*tch
    +2
    we know eachother's facebook passwords, but that's because i guessed his on the first try, and so i told him mine.

    but i mean, you should have them if you dont trust your significant other.
    if you DO trust him/her, it shouldn't matter or worry you to the least.
  • angelbaby Sarcast... 2012/07/13 18:03:21
    angelbaby
    +1
    Very true ..
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/07/13 12:32:07
    Maybe
    Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆
    +1
    I would have shared that with her if she asked. We tended not to keep secrets from one another.
  • Artist~PWCM~ 2012/07/13 11:48:57
    Yes
    Artist~PWCM~
    +1
    If you have to ask then it's a sign you need to know...
  • Melizmatic Artist~... 2012/07/13 16:26:20
    Melizmatic
    +2
    Or... its a sign that one mistrusts their spouse.
  • angelbaby Artist~... 2012/07/13 18:04:52
    angelbaby
    +1
    Some people are just needy tho!
  • sky blue pink - American 2012/07/13 11:40:26
    Yes
    sky blue pink - American
    +3
    He does and I know his.
    Have a nice day !
  • angelbaby sky blu... 2012/07/13 18:05:26
    angelbaby
    You have a nice day too
  • sky blu... angelbaby 2012/07/13 20:54:41
    sky blue pink - American
    +1
    Thank you
  • BritPunk 2012/07/13 11:20:01
    No
    BritPunk
    +6
    We all need our own private life, even if we are part of a couple.
    But I can't think of anything I do online that I would be embarrassed for a partner to know.
  • Melizmatic BritPunk 2012/07/13 16:28:06
  • BritPunk Melizmatic 2012/07/13 16:33:54
    BritPunk
    +3
    Actually, thinking about it, I must be quite dull if there,s NOTHING I look at online that might embarrass me ;-)
  • Melizmatic BritPunk 2012/07/13 16:41:35
    Melizmatic
    +3
    *lolz

    I'm not worried about any potential embarrassment; ideally, my partner will love and accept me just as I am, flaws and all.

    Furthermore, I have nothing to hide from my SO.

    However the idea that being in a committed relationship requires completely relinquishing one's own separate identity and right to privacy is abhorrent to me.

    Love does NOT equal total assimilation and symbiosis.

    the borg
  • angelbaby BritPunk 2012/07/13 18:05:59
    angelbaby
    +1
    I couldn't agree with you more!
  • blindfaith 2012/07/13 11:15:22
    Yes
    blindfaith
    +5
    Yep, nothing to hide from me :)
  • Jan blindfaith 2012/07/17 11:13:11
    Jan
    +2
    One again we are in full agreement blindfaith. He knows where I have them written down in case he needs them and I'm not at home.
  • betz 2012/07/13 11:10:06
    Yes
    betz
    +6
    That's the way it works in this family. I have nothing to hide from my husband. Well maybe a new pair of shoes or two. LOL
  • blindfaith betz 2012/07/13 11:13:34
    blindfaith
    +3
    Oh that sounds so familiar :))
  • betz blindfaith 2012/07/13 11:18:09
    betz
    +4
    We women are all alike...."These old shoes?..I've had them for years." haha
  • blindfaith betz 2012/07/13 11:25:55
    blindfaith
    +3
    LOL, that's exactly what she says....now i feel guilty for not taking enough notice of her :))

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