Seriously annoys me!
This is simply amazing, and says everything I have always wanted to!
Like it’s stated, if there’s been “electronic fidelity” issue, it’s understandable. But I think you can still work around it. The first way, being you simply get off Facebook, and any other site that keeps you connected with people you shouldn’t be talking too. Or secondly, let your partner know your password so they feel secure in knowing they can check upon you at all times.
But please, for the love of everyone on your friend’s list, stop joint accounting!
And delete the friends you have had past sexual relations with; people of whom you still love; people who don’t give a shit you’re married/in a committed relationship with, etc. (While you’re at it, lose their number, too.)
“Now don’t get me wrong – I think every relationship needs transparency, openness and honestly. Most couples I know have joint bank accounts, joint mortgages or rental agreements, obviously share the same bed etc etc. But are there things that need to keep uniquely ‘individual’?” (in bold, taken from this blog. Please go read the rest of his fantastic post!)