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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    I have found that the people who are usually the most jealous/untrusting are themselves untrustworthy or cheaters
    This is so true. My ex was always a jealous ass. And yet, I never cheated on him. No reason to...I was thoroughly in love with the guy.

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    What if you aren't trustworthy?
    I think I am trustworthy... but my boyfriend hasn't done this to me. You wouldn't feel insulted if your husband or boyfriend did it to you, without reason?

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    This is so true. My ex was always a jealous ass. And yet, I never cheated on him. No reason to...I was thoroughly in love with the guy.
    I agree with him too, but I really like my boyfriend right now like you liked him. I wouldn't call it love right now, but I really like him and wouldn't cheat... so if he assumes I am cheating all the time, I'd be concerned. I would think it was the first symptoms of a major control freak with trust issues..

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    I have no problem with my wife reading any of my emails.
    If my wife read my e-mail, she'd angrily ask me why I don't respond to any of the "get a bigger dick in 3 days" type e-mails.
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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    I think I am trustworthy... but my boyfriend hasn't done this to me. You wouldn't feel insulted if your husband or boyfriend did it to you, without reason?
    I haven't ever had anything to hide, and it would be relatively easy for my boyfriend to guess my password.

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by SheWolf View Post
    I agree with him too, but I really like my boyfriend right now like you liked him. I wouldn't call it love right now, but I really like him and wouldn't cheat... so if he assumes I am cheating all the time, I'd be concerned. I would think it was the first symptoms of a major control freak with trust issues..
    On the other hand, I wonder what percentage of people who suspect cheating find out that their spouse actually is cheating. I think if you suspect it, the odds are good that they are, though I didn't really suspect until he left his e-mail open with his "Adult Friend Finder" profile information in it.

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    This guy is the woman's third husband, and she was cheating with her second husband, who was abusive. She and #3 had a child, so husband #3 was worried and concerned she might take the kid there, and well I guess, witness possible abusiveness. Kind of a mixed up mess, but I think #3 was justified in snooping whether it's legal or not. As far as this being a felony, that to me is nonsense. If you communicate in such a public manner as the internet, it's your own fault if you get caught doing things you shouldn't be doing. This guy obviously married a psycho, two-timing bitch who had no concern for anyone but herself. It's a shame he told how he found out she was cheating. He should have said he just guessed it.
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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilyn Monroe View Post
    This guy is the woman's third husband, and she was cheating with her second husband, who was abusive. She and #3 had a child, so husband #3 was worried and concerned she might take the kid there, and well I guess, witness possible abusiveness. Kind of a mixed up mess, but I think #3 was justified in snooping whether it's legal or not. As far as this being a felony, that to me is nonsense. If you communicate in such a public manner as the internet, it's your own fault if you get caught doing things you shouldn't be doing. This guy obviously married a psycho, two-timing bitch who had no concern for anyone but herself. It's a shame he told how he found out she was cheating. He should have said he just guessed it.
    actually, the child belonged to #1, that is who #3 forwarded the emails to. obviously this chick is a prime time dirtbag.
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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    I guess I would probably look through my boyfriend's stuff if I thought he was lying and cheating... I wouldn't do it just to keep tabs on him though. I'd have to have suspicion, because knowing the truth is sometimes better than not knowing. It's also easier on you to break up and know you are doing it for the right reasons, not because you feel paranoid.

    Luckily I have never experienced a really bad relationship with a real dirtbag.

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    Re: Is reading your wife’s e-mail a crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by OscarB63 View Post
    I have found that the people who are usually the most jealous/untrusting are themselves untrustworthy or cheaters
    ^^^
    This...so very much this.
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