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By DaChief / Tuesday 31 May 2016 03:17 / United States - Highland Park
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  pussy_crusher  |  7

My fiancé uses my laptop when he can't find his and will sometimes see the emails when the notifications pop up. Probably not the same situation though, as he would never assume I was cheating because of an email!

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  Ayasha_fml  |  12

If you really have nothing to hide, then there should be no problem.

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  ElizaWy  |  25

#2 - My husband keeps TRYING to give me access to his email and various passwords. I keep shrugging and going "okaaaay", then not bothering to remember them. I guess some people think lack of privacy = closeness...?

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  socialproduct  |  18

#42, if your husband wants to share his personal info with you then I say let him. Maybe for him full disclosure does = closeness. Better than the alternative of him going out of his way to hide everything.

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  Thwingedkitty  |  5

My husband can read my email and I can read his. That's called being spouses and parents and not having time for silly privacy complexes when you are trying to organize multiple schedules.

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  FlutterLoud  |  29

I love reading some of the texts my BF gets (spam because his number used to be his moms who signed up for everything lol) and he looks at my phone. Neither of us have anything to hide so it doesn't matter.

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  izziebear  |  15

Snooping and giving access are two separate things. My s/o and I have each others passwords but only use them when we need to or are asked to. It's called trust. Besides there are several ways OP's girlfriend could have seen the email that don't require snooping. She could have borrowed his computer and email was open/logged in or a notification came up, she heard his phone go off and checked it for him because he wasn't near by or he asked her to, she saw the email because she was within viewing distance, etc.

By  gabechriswill  |  16

Your girlfriend seems just a little crazy- Assuming you haven't cheated before. My initial thought would be that it is a message from an actual doctor concerning real issues- not that you are cheating with a doctor. Just explain the situation OP

By  fazzems  |  21

I doubt this would be the subject line, and if she really did read your whole email, then I doubt a doctor would be so vague as to simply say "the results are positive" and not be specific as to what test results.

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