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Is electronic snooping an indicator of divorce?

On Behalf of | Feb 3, 2020 | Divorce

Marriages are not easy, and now and again, couples go through rough periods. That is the typical marriage for most couples. Arguments and disagreements are bound to happen as the pressure of children, work, and money continues. 

However, if you work together as a team, such forces might be easy to manage and overcome. But according to CNN, some things are likely to push your marriage to the edge or even result in a divorce, and these include snooping on your partner’s electronics. 

In this digital error, people spend most of their time on electronic gadgets. Through electrical devices, it might be easy to learn a thing or two about a person. Therefore, if you start to snoop on the other person’s electronics, it will trigger them to think you don’t trust their operations. 

Although, as a couple, you have the privilege to use the other person’s phone or laptop. When you do it continuously without consent from the other person, then you might be likely to trigger the feeling of insecurity on your partner. Marriages need a foundation for trust and agreement. 

Another issue that might indicate an impending divorce is when your partner is consistently defensive over everything. When argument hits up, and you start to pick sides or cover, it’s an indicator that your marriage is going down the train. 

Ensuring that you are on the right side of the argument or disagreement is a good start. However, when you are always on the defensive side, your partner might think you are hiding something hence derail communication. 

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