Nowadays, almost everyone uses the Internet on a regular basis. From such people, almost everyone have (at least) one e-mail account. And from all the people using an e-mail account regularly, trust me… almost everyone of them will eventually allow some of his/hers personal secrets to somehow get into their accounts. In other words… we all have our secrets, and in one way or the other we allow them to get nestled within our personal e-mails. Which goes to say: if you’re interested in finding potential dark secrets from your partner’s love life, one of the cleverest places to start looking might just be their Yahoo Mail account.
It doesn’t take a stretch of the imagination to come up with a list of interesting things that you could find from looking around in your spouse’s email inbox. You might realize she’s engaging regular conversations with men you’re not familiar with, you might notice something strange about her online shopping activities, you might find out she’s browsing around some naughty websites, or even using some kind of online dating service or romantic chat room.
The possibilities are limitless once you think about it, and this may actually spike your curiosity. However, before going out on a limb and try to invade your partner’s email, there are some questions you should ask yourself. What motivates your curiosity? Do you suspect something? What do you expect to find? And more importantly… is your relationship going through such a bad phase that you can’t simply ask to look around their email? Sometimes it’s best to just ask for something than going through the motions of being some kind of a haphazard cyberspace detective. If this is just a gut feeling that isn’t based on much, you might consider a less intrusive solution. There could be nothing going on and such a breach of privacy could ruin your relationship forever.
No matter how you put it, a long-term relationship is all about trust. And when you completely trust your spouse, you won’t feel compelled to snoop around their e-mail, right? Well, the truth of the matter is that such reasoning goes around both ways: when your spouse absolutely trusts you, they will be unlikely to express resistance to give you access to their e-mail account. Personally, I think there’s a good way around this kind of dilemma:
Just take the initiative and write down the password to your own e-mail account and give it to your spouse, as a display of trust. In fact, invite them to snoop around your mailbox, and show her what you’ve been up to! Then tell her that they should feel free to return the favor, but make sure to avoid pushing he/she into making a decision. Just watching their reaction to such a proposition may provide you with as much information as peeking around the emails – if not more.
Written by Relationship Solutions – an expert advice blog on yahoo mail and catching cheaters. Hack Yahoo passwords if you suspect infidelity in your relationship.