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Phones and relationships — when suspicion is ringing off the hook

Phones and relationships — when suspicion is ringing off the hook
Street Talk panelists discuss phone privacy within relationships. (Photos: Leyche Carelse)

How you feel about your partner and your phone says a lot about your relationship. Do you trust them? Do they trust you? If your phone holds all the answers, dishonesty has nowhere to hide. 

The temptation for partners in relationships to secretly read through one another’s cell phones can be a recipe for disaster in terms of trust and invasion of privacy. Street Talk’s panel of guests discuss how dialogue and communication are important in preventing suspicion, dishonesty and ultimately conflict when it comes to accessing partners’ phones.

This film was produced by Street Talk.

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