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Relationship Protocol: Sharing Passwords

I’m a huge supporter of honesty and communication when in a relationship, but I’m still not sure about sharing passwords. Since most email accounts, voicemail boxes, and computers shouldn’t contain anything you wouldn’t want your significant other to have access to, it shouldn’t matter whether or not he has your information or you have his, but I still think that there’s something to be said for having a little privacy — even in a relationship.

It seems like having access might create too much temptation for curious minds, and even with the most innocent of intentions, snooping is always problematic. What do you think? Do you or would you share your passwords with your significant other? Do you expect him to share his with you?

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