A marriage counselor, Frank Adofoli has advised people who intend marrying someone who puts a password on their phone to critically reconsider the relationship before taking the bold step.
According to Counselor Adofoli, there is nothing like secrecy or privacy in marriage and couples should foster an open relationship with each other to prevent suspicions that may generate other unpalatable problems in the relationship.
“Please don't marry anyone who puts passwords or locks on their phone as a form of security to prevent you from accessing their conversations. They can surely do this for other security measures, but you must not be the reason for this action. I am very much aware that passwords or lock are for security purposes but one thing I don't approve of is when a spouse becomes the reason for that security measure.” he said.
He added that couples should learn to trust each other since marriage was a treacherous journey that required a lot of trust and patience.
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“Your relationship is bound to fail if you agree to marry someone you don't trust. The simple question is, if I can trust you with the most important organ in my life which is the heart, that which holds my life in the name of love, then why can't I trust you with a phone conversation or chat? If the chat is more important than me, then you don't need me in your life.”