Your significant other demands to know the password to your phone. Is this a sign of an unhealthy relationship?
“You hide the contents of your cell phone. Is this a sign of an unhealthy relationship?” My answer here is yes. I just got an X last week. The first thing I did after setting up Face ID was give her the passcode.
I don’t know which way that works. Either he’s a creepy controller who asks for it so he can spy... or I’m a sneaky cheater who won’t let him into my life. Maybe both. Maybe neither. I don’t know that this is a one-size-fits-all answer.
How about just don't ask to look at somebody's phone? The only time I let anybody use my phone is when their phone is dead and they need to make a phone call. Then I'll open the dialpad and wait for their call to end
My spouse has mine, in case of some emergency. But was never demanded.
If it's at the beginning, it could just be a sign of trust, depending on the personality. If you've been together a while, yeah, it seems like a sign that something's up.
The word "demands" made me answer yes. They shouldn't be demanding and it shouldn't take a demand to share the password.
Depends. If you've given them reason not to trust you and it's more of an ultimatum, "prove to me you weren't doing x that we agreed upon you wouldn't or I'm leaving," that's it unhealthy - that's more uptight and intolerant of BS
The true answer lies within whether the spouse uses the code to gain access to the phone.....
The fact that it takes a demand to get it, is an unhealthy sign.
Wouldn't say it's necessarily a bad sign but I definitely wouldn't say it's a good sign. However, it would be a good sign if the couple willingly gave each other access to their phones.