Are you asking for trouble if you do this or is it a right to know what they're hiding? It's a grey line no doubt, on the one side we all have a right to our own little secrets, but when those secrets pack a punch of hurt, then do we have a right to our privacy at this point?

It has been found that approximately 7 out of 10 women believe its okay to snoop on their guy while only 1 in 10 men believe that it is okay to snoop on their women. Statistically, just as many women cheat on their men as men cheat on their women, is that why women are always snooping? a little takes one to know one theory applied in that thought.

It may seem extreme but protecting your phone, computers and tablets with passwords are a good idea. One good reason for this is to avoid misunderstandings, many times when having a conversation we misunderstand what the other person is saying, now you're reading what they wrote and you think you can understand that better? Protect yourself and don't snoop. If you questions, ask them, if you suspect he/she is seeing someone else ask, if you feel that you are being lied to and can't get past it, then it may be true and you should leave. Otherwise, you'll drive yourself crazy.