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Yes, but his wife would have had to have known the old password before she changed it to the new one. It does says something about your relationship tough, that instead of talking to you like an adult she chose to invade your privacy. I'm sure if you had done the same to her she wouldn't have appreciated it. I hate people going through my phone, even though there's nothing scandalous in there it still makes me uncomfortable and I would hope that if my boyfriend had a problem with anything in our relationship he would talk to me about it instead of acting like a sulking teenager.
No, it shows that THEY have issues. My wife has accused me of overusing my phone several times, but she has always TOLD me about it, not resorted to stupid, juvenile tactics like setting a password. Married people talk, and that takes two people. You can't place the blame on him, and even bringing up divorce over something like this is preposterous.
@ 2 I don't know what's sadder, that you wrote that, or that people agreed with you. "Oh look, he might have looked at that woman in a low cut. DIVORCE." "Oh look, she might have eyed that bodybuilder in the store. DIVORCE." "I want a puppy, but I don't know what my significant other wants. I know what I'll do. Ask them? Nah, DIVORCE." Whatever happened to good old fashion communication? I know, bare with me here as I am writing this on the internet and not talking with all you fine people face to face. Whatever happened to sitting down and talking about problems instead of all this manipulative back stabbing? It doesn't matter if they talked before or not, obviously they did talk enough if it was necessary to put a password on the guys' phone like this. Relationships aren't easy all the time. But I do know one thing, not talking means that a relationship will never succeed. You want it easy all the time? Too bad, life isn't always easy.
#30, because I have been in that situation before in a relationship. My ex wife was like that with her cell phone years ago(part of the reason why we broke up, that phone was more important to her than the husband or the kids). If I could have put a password lock on her phone, bet your behind I would have. I wanted to throw that damn phone away so many times because it was more important to her than her husband and 3 children. So yes, I know exactly what the OP's wife feels like, I have been through it. My only regret was not being able to destroy that damn phone before she decided to walk out of the marriage while I was at work and leaving the kids at my parents