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At the end of the day, trust (and transparency) is a choice.
DEAR AMY: My husband of 28 years and I disagree about privacy issues. Trust in a relationship creates a space of sorts where individuals can operate freely and privately.
Parents who know you and your son -- moms, especially -- will introduce you to single people.
Parents Without Partners brings single parents (and their children) together for activities and support. is a simple and brilliant concept -- groups form around a variety of interests and post a notice on the site, inviting anyone to "meet up." My local community has "meet-up" groups for photography, hiking and food. Some trust issues have surfaced recently, but he said it is all in my head.
I was four and my sister was two when my parents divorced.
I think that as his wife I should know his e-mail account passwords, his voice-mail number to get messages, if he is on Facebook, etc. Ironically, you can have all the privacy in the world if you have nothing to hide.
Your suspicion provides a rational reason to want access, but your suspicion also gives your husband the motivation to dig in his heels and then blame you for his behaviour.