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I agree with you completely, Annie. Our gut instincts are usually spot on. I feel that if you suspect something is wrong, you have every right to go through your partner's phone, computer, whatever. If you are married or in a serious relationship, then you should never do or say anything that you wouldn't do or say with your partner right next to you. Your partners devices should be available for you to look at whenever you choose. People who have nothing to hide don't care to let their partners look through their personal belongings. I recently found out that my husband of 22 years joined a dating website and googled medications for HIV. Now I have to go get tested and I'm scared to death. If I hadn't gone through his browser history, I never would have found out. It doesn't make a person crazy to go through their partner's devices or hire private detectives, etc., being CHEATED on is what makes us crazy. Keep in mind that this article was written by a man, and they tend to get each other's backs.
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