I was on my facebook last night having a personal conversation with one of my friends thru messaging. It was a serious conversation. Nothing that i was hiding from my husband, he could read the whole thing and i wouldnt care cuz it had nothing to do with him and have nothing to hide. BUT... here is the real story
I had my facebook still up on the computer because i got busy with the kids and then eventually forgot about it. My husband came in here to use the computer and everytime i would walk away from the area, his typing would stop and i KNEW he was going thru my messages reading them. I tried to catch him in the act and sure enough..he was reading it. Im not an idiot. First of all, I don't like the fact that he tried to be sneaky and read it without asking me about it. Second, I was talking to my old teacher from highschool. Her and i were talking about my fathers death and it was a conversation between her and I. I NEED privacy. I don't like someone having to know every F'N thing im doing or going on in my life. He doesnt tell me shit about the conversations between his friends and him so why the hell does he feel obligated to know everything about mine?
I felt it was extremely rude and broke a lot of trust between us. He must of thought something else was being talked about. Maybe something he needed to know. He doesn't know that i know he was reading it. I just didnt bring it up..but it aggrivates me that he thinks that im stupid enough to be lied to and i wouldnt read his shit unless he wanted to show it to me!
Should i talk to him about this or let it go? Am i being silly for being this upset?
I just want SOME kind of privacy!!
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