After two years of marriage, a woman writes, "My husband still won't let me look through his phone."
Traditionally, marriage has been seen as a way for two people who care about one another to work through their differences for the rest of their lives. It's not just about love in this connection between these two people; it's also about empathic tolerance and confidence in one's talents.
With today's technology advances, it's harder than ever to trust your family members, especially when you can use your phone to flirt with a woman or even cheat on your spouse without them knowing. The information on their phones makes both men and women fear that their spouse would discover it and their marriage will be jeopardized as a result.
According to the woman on Facebook, she's having issues with her husband and believes he's hiding something from her. According to her, he is attracted to her and is concerned about her well-being, but his online discussions with other women make her nervous. They only consented to the alterations after she confronted them about them. Her husband won't let her use his cell phone anymore, which irritates her because it's keeping her from being upset.
Here are a few real-world examples to get you started:
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