I think even in a committed relationship/marriage there still has to be boundaries and a sense of privacy. In a relationship where there is trust, this type of question would not even come up, but those with the lack of security/trust it will always be a hot topic.
It shouldn’t be necessary to have a lock code, but if individuals feel that they need one be willing to be transparent. When your mate feels that they need access to your call log or text messages give it, otherwise you my want to check yourself and see if you have something to hide.
This is obviously a question for single people. If you are Married and your house phone rings do yall both get to see the caller ID? Then your phone shouldn’t be ringing from somebody you don’t want your spouse to know about either. On the other hand if your spouse is checking your phone then they need to be checked!!!!!
if you have to lock your phone then you are not commited to each other!!!!!
If you have to lock your phone, then you have the wrong relationship. you should be with whoever’s calls you are hiding.
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