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You might have tried to friend him on Facebook as soon as you met, but he’s holding back. Probably for the same reason you’re checking his account on his phone and questioning every comment, post, and friend. I realize some guys want a woman just like their mothers. Putting your insecurities on display by spying on all his mobile activity isn’t exactly the best course of action.

Eventually, he’s going to realize you’re not worth him feeling that insecure all the time. It’s hard to trust people, especially in a new relationship.

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You’ll drive yourself crazy second guessing everything you see. Ruin his surprise and don’t be surprised when a major fight ensues. He’s far more likely to answer you now than after he’s caught you spying. She's a tech geek at heart, but loves telling it like it is when it comes to love, beauty and style.

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I am either putting my energies into this relationship or I am investigating him – I can’t do both.”The truth was not disclosed to her by him.What could it hurt to check your man’s texts or scroll through his Facebook feed? Otherwise, you may just end up ruining your relationship. You’ve just started dating and he’s getting texts daily from some gorgeous blonde named Susan. Unless your man hands his phone or tablet over, leave them alone. He’s going to freak out even more when he finds out you don’t trust him enough to leave his phone alone. He needs to know he can have some privacy when he wants it. It’s innocent enough scrolling through his friend list on Facebook or his contacts on his phone. “As a result of [his] different assignments I never had a good support network of people I could trust or rely on to help out.” And, she claimed, her spy-husband had little interest in household chores.“[He] never so much as washed or folded a load of laundry, swept or mopped one floor, or changed one dirty diaper.” The woman’s account is a rare window into the deep strains that the agency’s ethos of secrecy can exert on operatives’ marriages.Do you live out in the countryside and find yourself forever single because there's never anyone new on Tinder?