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Author Topic: Switching phones to your partner for a week. Is it necessary??

August 28, 2018, 12:33:03 AM
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Wrey1726


My girlfriend asks me to switch phone with me and I think its a good idea for every relationship.

August 28, 2018, 10:14:39 AM
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goodevening


My girlfriend asks me to switch phone with me and I think its a good idea for every relationship.

Switch phones with your partner for a period of a week? That's a long time!

I understand if it's here and there, but a week?

Also, something to keep in mind, I don't think that you both need to 'switch' phones, but rather let each other use the others phone when they wish.

e.g if I asked my girlfriend a question regarding what the time is, or to search something in Google and she said 'use my phone' - I know she has absolutely nothing to hide because she's allowing me to go onto her phone, does that make sense?

But if she takes her phone EVERYWHERE and is very protective, then I know something is up.

I don't think you need to have an occasion where you bot switch and purposely try and find things, rather just be more flexible when it comes to using each other's phones.

August 28, 2018, 10:48:23 AM
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wallet


This may be a solution to gain more trust one from the other, try to give her the access to your social media accounts, after that she will trust you 100 %.

August 28, 2018, 02:51:48 PM
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Wrey1726


I know a guy and he's a friend of mine that is good at it. I mean good when it comes to hiding something on his phone and even his partner will check it all day, she won't find anything like a trace of doing something cheating but the guy really does. And he told me he was caught just once and that is the last when he starts using one of those apps that hides online activities and deletes all history- I believe it works like incognito tab using chrome but I'm not pretty sure what is the app's name. He was too techy that even our company wifi, he can gain access into it by cracking lot of codes and I do also benefit because he let me get in. Idk but he's good at it. That's the reason why I dont like to introduce him to my friends because he might cheat to all of em' :D Well yeah this guy needs a phone switch for a week LOL

August 28, 2018, 07:52:56 PM
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NesMarcos


My girlfriend asks me to switch phone with me and I think its a good idea for every relationship.

Relationship is a commitment of two people and it is bonded by love, respect and mostly trust. I think switching phones to your partner is not necessary and basically not a good idea. Couples need privacy and each one should know how to respect it. If the trust is there, then there is no need to switch phones. 

August 29, 2018, 09:13:17 AM
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Corzhens


This is the first time I've heard of switching phones maybe to bolster the trust for each other. Although there's nothing wrong with that but I guess that's preposterous. If someone is cheating, he can be using another phone for that matter. I know of some couples whose password for their social media accounts are known to each other so they can check on it if they want. But again, that's not a safeguard as proof of fidelity. Trust is earned and not bought, that's a saying that applies to the phone swapping.

August 29, 2018, 09:33:55 AM
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ajahcuizon


For me, it is not required to switch phone with your partner because if you really trust your partner you don't have to check everything about his activities. You should still consider on giving some private space for your partner, you can check his inboxes when you're together but it isn't that necessary to switch phones every week. But on the other side, it is a proof that you don't hide anything or whether you're good on hiding something. It depends on the both of you, as long as both of you are comfortable with your set-up, go on, but if you find it disturbing and uncomfortable, you should better talk to your partner and talk about it.

August 29, 2018, 10:19:57 AM
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huggypillows


Im so agree to this switching phone idea it will be like sharing things with your phone that ill be cool each of one that is really nice. But ofcourse it will depends to the person.

August 29, 2018, 12:05:55 PM
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Steve5


I think it's fine. As long as you're both okay with it. I don't see anything wrong with switching phones. They're basically gadgets. Some couples are just comfortable sharing their personal belongings that often.  ;D

 

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