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Chances are, there are secrets contained on that phone, and one of the most common phone secrets are dating apps.
An overly protective phone owner is probably someone who is not wanting you to see those apps on his or her device."Think about it: If you get a funny text from a friend or family member, or see a great meme, you want to share it with your partner.
If they don't let you use their phone, even for something as simple as checking the weather, that's a red flag."Your partner protects his or her phone like it's the Holy Grail, and doesn’t want you using it, seeing it, touching it, or borrowing it," Masini tells Elite Daily.
"They take the phone wherever they go — and if they forget it — come rushing back, out of breath, to snatch it up so you won't.
While the following behavior is shady, you might want to give your partner the benefit of the doubt before leaping to the conclusion that a breakup is inevitable.
Masini says if you ask them about why they still have the app and they delete it immediately, they probably actually forget to delete their profile.I immediately got up to leave but he stopped me, told me I was the most important thing to him and apologised. It can be this: drifting from you, playing the field in a virtual sense, setting himself up for who might come next, considering an affair, seeing what his options are, sexting randomers. This behaviour is not the mark of a dependable, honourable man you can trust. My friends are disgusted and said there’s no other reason to use these apps unless you’re going to hook up. These are the facts as they stand – you saw the messages for yourself so you know he has certainly broken your trust, if not actually physically gone and cheated. When he left the room however I noticed a notification from a dating app popping up on his phone. Are you sure this won’t boil over into constant suspicion? And if you forgive him, don’t you think he’ll just hide it better next time and take for granted that you’ll always take him back, no matter how flagrant the indiscretion? I promise you, you deserve someone who treats you well and does not carelessly break your trust and lie to your face. I know this is wrong but I checked his phone and he was active and chatting with women on two apps. This is evident in his choice to first deny his actions, then admit them only when backed into a corner with proof of his misdeeds. It’s only been 6 months and he’s already treating you (and your relationship) with a massive amount of disrespect. I know you feel this is love, but love doesn’t feel like drifting and distance, or like betrayal and lies, or like suspicion and snooping. Whether or not he was on the apps to actually hook up is irrelevant.