posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 08:12 PM
reply to post by intuitive
Fighting fire with fire? It wouldn't get to that stage if he had nothing to hide, Therefore giving his wife his passwords.
She could then see for herself if he had nothing/something to hide.
If he didn't give his wife his passwords, It would become a BIG issue for her, Therefore fighting fire with fire is what becomes of a distrustful
That's where if you really love the other person (being the husband or wife) No matter what the problem is, especially in a marriage, counselling
should happen, So you have a chance to try to explain yourself before its over for good.
I have a close friend that walked out as soon as she saw some "dodgy" messages flowing between her husband and an old friend he had in email, She
spoke to him about his old friend (bearing in mind her hubby had told her about this friend in the past) without telling him that she saw these
messages, He told her that he didn't know why she was asking him these questions, He told her she was jealous and that she should back off as she
didn't even know his friend! .... My friend left him obviously because he was not truthful with her.
If he had been honest they would have probably worked through these problems and been together today!
She regrets it because he didn't go with the friend he was talking to in email even after they split up as she expected..
In my opinion its all about trust and honesty, If you don't have that, You have nothing!