Why it’s never ‘just texts’

Vix xxx

  1. Lexie

    October 21st, 2016 at 07:29

    "7 billion people on the planet and you’re going to settle for the one who wants textual attention off Becky with the Good Hair?"… BRILLIANT! Your blog is the best Vix X

  2. Tea, Cake and Make

    October 21st, 2016 at 08:02

    I always have the view that if it’s ‘just texts’, then your partner should see them and they won’t be an issue – I always show my partner my texts with my male friends in particular, since I had a paranoid ex who was actually cheating on me (hence the paranoia), and I’m always fully open about things!

    You’re fully right about this Vix, it’s never ‘just texts’ when it’s a situation like that!!

  3. Jamie

    October 21st, 2016 at 09:45

    That’s not women’s intuition. It’s a bad relationship. My ex used to do it to me all the time too, with exactly the same line. I didn’t look through her phone, or (as a man) – use any women’s intuition. But I did realise she wasn’t worth wasting any more of my time on.

    Liars be liars, they don’t change. Just find new ways of manipulating the truth.

  4. Bobby tupper

    October 21st, 2016 at 11:42

    Lay in his messages vix x

  5. Kirsty

    October 21st, 2016 at 13:04

    I say, if your partner is forever on their phone (this isn’t a crime – it’s a generation thing) but is overly protective of it/won’t leave it out of their sight AND is just being off in general, you have a right to look. There’s no point just outright asking them what’s up, they will only lie anyway.

    You’re so right Vix, it is never ‘just texting’
    x

    http://www.kirstyburrage.com

  6. Lisa Santos

    October 21st, 2016 at 20:41

    Flirting with someone with texts isn’t just texts. I couldn’t live with that really. I would turn my back as soon as I would find out about that. When there is true love and plans for a future life together, there should be no need to flirt with another person.
    I also think that people should have their privacy and no one should go over their things but in a relationship where your partner is overprotective when it comes to his/her phone, you just know something is going on. It is a difficult subject and there will always be someone that will judge you no matter what attitude you have.
    If it was me, if I felt something was wrong, I would check his phone or laptop because I’d rather be that "b*tch" that goes through is things than the silly, sad girl that was cheated on and she didn’t even realize.

    http://www.thelisasworld.com

  7. Exhibit A

    October 24th, 2016 at 12:16

    My view on this has always been that if you look through your partner’s phone/email behind their back and find something really bad, you have every right to be angry – infidelity is a bigger relationship crime than invasion of privacy – BUT by the same token, if you check up on them like that and don’t find anything, you should absolutely ‘fess up and accept that they have a right to be angry with you for doing it. It’s the gamble you take when you act on what may or may not be reasonable suspicions.

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