Originally posted by
So lastnight my boyfriend was going to go to sleep and I wasn't tired yet so I was grabbing my laptop to go out to the living room and he said don't you're having an online affair. I was like what are you talking about and he goes well
So lastnight my boyfriend was going to go to sleep and I wasn't tired yet so I was grabbing my laptop to go out to the living room and he said don't you're having an online affair. I was like what are you talking about and he goes well when I used your laptop your email had people following you on that website you go to. I tried explaining to him exactly what that meant and said look if I was trying to hide something my email wouldn't be up on my homepage for you to look at and if you're that curious edenfantasys is bookmarked on my toolbar and I'm always signed in so you can look at it whenever you want. I still didn't take my laptop to the living room though.
This sucks when this sort of thing happens. Luckily, my husband and I have had each others passwords/accounts and shared bank info since day one. We've always been pretty trusting of each other. I guess maybe its because we DO have each others information LOL. Who knows.
Either way, sorry you have to deal with this
Sucks when the trust factor lacks in a relationship. I am not saying that he IS this type of person, but its usually the accusers (in my personal experience/from what I've seen with my friends) that are the ones that have something to hide, so they try to push the blame or direct their attention to their faithful partner. My girlfriend from high school had this issue with her guy. He always accused her of stuff and come to find out it was HIM that had stuff to hide. Shame
Maybe you could always try to get him to look at stuff with you? Or maybe talk about your convos with him? When I am in chat on facebook Ill mention to my husband "Hey honey? I just spoke with so n so....etc etc" That way he kind of feels like he is apart of things and he knows whats going on in my day to day "online business". Although, honestly, this shouldn't be something that you HAVE to do to make him feel secure. He should definitely try to respect and trust you. If he doesn't have PROOF or even an inclination that you're doing anything wrong, he shouldn't accuse. Just my two cents. Good luck either way hun!