My personal opinion on snooping through your partner’s phone or email: if you’re snooping, there’s something wrong… even if you don’t find anything incriminating. But it looks like plenty of people disagree with me.
A study conducted by dating site OurTime.com recently shed some light on how some daters view snooping. Out of 2,258 adults across the country, 37% of women were okay with e-snooping, while 29% of men said the same. And it seems younger daters were more comfortable peeking—36% of 18-34 year olds, 40% of 35-44 year olds, and only 26% of people 55+.
And we’re not just creeping on our significant others—eHarmony.com found that we’re also e-stalking our dates before we even go out with them. Alright, this one I’ll readily admit to. How else are you supposed to secretly learn about your date’s divorce or yarn-collecting club?
Have you ever snooped through a partner’s phone or email? Did you find anything incriminating? Share in the comments!
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