KOP Matchmakers | 7 Reasons Not to Give Him Your Password

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It might seem like the ultimate act of trust in a relationship to give your partner the passwords to all of your online accounts and even your phone. But our KOP matchmakers don’t recommend this as something you should do. After all, you don’t have anything to prove. You should be in a relationship with a partner who trusts you, and vice versa.

Are you thinking about giving your partner your passwords?

7 Reasons Not to Give Him Your Passwords

Today, our KOP matchmakers are going to show you why sharing your passwords with your boyfriend is a bad idea. It might seem like the perfect way to prove your love, but trust us, it’s not.

  1. It’s weird.

When you hand your boyfriend all your passwords, you never know when your partner will go and check up on your social media accounts. Even if you have nothing to hide from him, it still feels weird to be watched by your partner. Imagine him being able to read the messages you send to your gal pals? You would love your sense of privacy.

  1. It creates a false sense of trust in the relationship.

Does it really mean you and your partner trust each other fully because you’ve given each other your passwords? It could be a false sense of trust. Just because you can read his emails and check his social media accounts doesn’t mean that everything is okay in the relationship and that you should trust that he won’t cheat on you. Just because he’s not doing it online doesn’t mean he’s not flirting with women in real life.

  1. It could point out problems.

On the other hand, does the need to snoop through your partner’s social media accounts and emails mean that you don’t trust them? It certainly doesn’t look good, right?  Why else would you be snooping around his social media and emails?

  1. It creates stress .

Imagine your partner gives you his email password and you log in to check who’s emailing him. You might assume that a work buddy who’s sending him funny message is actually an online fling. It’s easy to take things out of context and give yourself unnecessary stress.

  1. You don’t know what he will do with your password.

You might trust your partner 100 percent, but who’s to say that you guys won’t break up anytime soon? You never know what they’ll actually do with your passwords or how often they’ll be checking up on you. You might trade passwords and think it’s safe, but our KOP matchmakers encourage you to think twice. It might not be a good idea.

  1. You don’t have to share every detail with them.

Honestly, it’s ridiculous to think that you have to share everything with your partner. Do they need access to everything you do online? It seems a little weird and definitely points out that there are problems in your relationship. Whether you want to see it or not, the reality is that your relationship is lacking real trust and security.

  1. Some things are supposed to be yours.

There are some things, such as passwords, that can and should belong to you – only you. The same goes for your own hobbies and interests and even some spare time for yourself. Having that space and privacy will actually help your relationship. Just like having alone time to do the things you need to do is healthy, so is having your own accounts that no one else has access to.

You see, giving your partner your passwords really doesn’t prove your love. In reality, it brings light to the lack of trust.

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