Have you done it? Had a quick look at your partner’s texts, pictures, or phone call logs, when they aren’t around? According to research, 1 in 3 HAVE, without their partner’s consent!

Would you? Have you? Would you be okay with your partner looking into YOUR phone history? If you want to make sure your partner has to ASK for permission, first, there are ways!

• The iPhone app: Who Snooped. After it’s activated, if anyone slides the unlock-screen button – boom – the app takes a picture of them and a message pops up that says “Stop Snooping.” It costs a dollar on iTunes.
The Hidden Eye app for Android works the same way. It snaps a picture of anyone who incorrectly enters your passcode. But you can put the app in stealth mode, so the snooper has no idea they’re secretly getting busted.
• And, if you want to know exactly what someone wanted to see on your phone? The iTrust app will tell you. It records a video of the snoopers every move on your phone, like them opening your text messages, or photos. It costs a buck on iTunes.

Couples therapist Dr. Merrill says – whether you’re the snooper or the snoopee – you need to have a conversation about your trust issues. Otherwise no amount of snooping is going to fix the fact that your relationship’s in trouble. Thoughts?

(Credit: John Tesh-Intelligence For Your Life)

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