One in Five Men Have Secret Email Accounts: Do Couples Have to Share Everything?
SodaHead Living 2012/11/25 16:00:00
Many say the key to a successful relationship is honesty but others believe that holding back a few details is fair game. Those who feel that keeping secrets is a lie of omission might be surprised to find out what their significant other is holding back from them. A recent survey conducted by BullGuard says that one in five men have an email account that they don’t tell their partners about. Often times the stealthy individual wants to keep a special address to communicate with an ex or with someone they know their current lady doesn’t like.
But those aren’t the only tidbits some guys are hiding. One in twenty men have confessed that they own a second cell phone so they can make untraced calls. And in order to avoid inspection by a nosy spouse, 77 percent of guys polled said they delete text messages on a regular basis.
BullGuard’s COO Mike Hodges acknowledged that some men just want to clear their browsers and maintain separate accounts for security purposes. But 20 percent of those polled admitted that they felt that their partner didn’t need to know all the details of their lives. What do you think: Do couples have to share everything?
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