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Does anyone have to go through the annoying chat room secrecy with thier spouse/gf/bf/partner?

Asked by sawyer (84points) April 26th, 2008

Is it just me, or is it really annoying when your gf/spouse, whatever is in a chat room and you walk into the room and they hit the minimize button right away then stare at you until you leave the room? My gf did that to me the other night when I went into the room to ask her a question. I don’t care that she’s in a chat room, but when she behaves like that I get really annoyed. Does anyone else feel the same or am I making too much of it?

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gailcalled's avatar

Talk to her, not us.

richardhenry's avatar

I’ve never really had to deal with this – my previous girlfriend barely knew what the Internet was. I think you should speak to her.

Breefield's avatar

I do. But my dad doesn’t bother looking over shoulders. He just goes into the chat room itself without telling me…

willbrawn's avatar

thats some fishy business in my book. Talk to her about it.

boffin's avatar

You’re only “Paranoid” if it’s true…..

johnny0313x's avatar

yeah when I’m in a relationship I don’t even really bother with the Internet just to make whoever I am with feel more secure with me. Maybe I’m to nice. But I hat the net when it gets into relationships. I’d tell her it seems pretty shady and you don’t feel comfortable and then if she continues I might do some investigating. If she had nothing to hide… She wouldn’t be trying to hide anything. Not to upset u or freak u out. I just think it sounds weird.

wildflower's avatar

Talk to her about it! Ask her why. The reason she visits those chat rooms can be many, but whichever it is, it is to fill a gap in her life, whether it’s a side of her she doesn’t let out on a daily basis, social interaction, someone to confide in, or flirting. If you’re to have any chance of a lasting relationship, you need to know what’s going on with her and see if it’s a gap you can help her fill.

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