Dating sites passwords
The couple had been on-again-off-again, and she hadn’t told him that she had created an online dating profile while they were apart.She had since deleted the profile and deleted most of the email exchanges with the men she met through the site.Ben and Lindsay grabbed Starbucks in Brentwood after apparently spending the weekend together. Ben and Jen Garner officially filed for divorce earlier this year.They reportedly had a dinner date Thursday night at Giorgio Baldi ... We were told they were already seeing other people.
In the end, it did clarify for me that he was not it for me and that there were issues I couldn’t fix.” Tobie says those were extraordinary circumstances, and she wouldn’t read someone else’s emails again.
For Jasmine Tobie, a 29-year-old graduate student at the University of Oklahoma in Tulsa, seeing someone else’s transgressions via email has saved them from a toxic relationship.
After finding some receipts that proved her boyfriend was lying to her about being on a business trip one weekend, she decided to look at his email to be sure before she pulled the plug on the relationship.
“But he went through all my emails, including ones that I had thrown away. He got really mad and basically attacked me,” she says.
“I ended up having to call an ambulance.” Since, she says she’s never even considered sharing passwords with a significant other.
Sixty-four percent of 18-29-year-olds share passwords, compared with 70% of 30-49-year-olds, 66% of 50-64-year-olds, and 69% of those over 65.