Ok, so i have been cheated on alot in the past and due to that fact, i have a hard time trusting people. I always question what people are really doing and if there telling me the truth about where they are or who there with.. So ive been hearing alot about cellphone tracking and spying and found this website i signed up and have been tracking my boyfriends cellphone location for the last 2 days. So far i havent seen anything unusual but i've been thinking... is this going too far? He doesn't know im doing this and im not going to tell him. I know he talks to his ex girlfriend that he dated for 3 years and he says there just good friends now.. i said its fine if they talk but i better not catch him hanging out with her. Lately i found out they have been talking alot.. So do i have the right to track his cell phone, or do you think this is stepping over boundaries?
well what type of guy is he or what makes you think he is just like the others. but on the other hand you say he talks with his ex alot but there just friends i think maybe he is into her still but doesnt wanna tell maybe because he loves you alot too well i dont know thats just me cuz ive had the same problem before but really you should just talk to him and not track him through gps who knows maybe they are just friends:)
Yes, this is a clear sign that you're not ready to be in a relationship. If you cannot trust your boyfriend you cannot love him. It sounds like you may want to look into therapy to help you figure out why you have so much trouble with trusting others.
Dont worry about what any judgmental amateurs of the dating life say here. Coming from a dude i can tell you a lot of guys are two faced animals. Their are too many of them that spit on fidelity and wish to just live the life of a playboy, however they get girlfriends for easy casual sex all the while the innocent woman is giving sex for the relationship. Now i'm not saying your bf is but if he really loves you he would completely cut off the relationship with his ex because obviously your not comfortable with it and no one would be. Friends with an ex never works because there's always gonna be a sexual tension between them which is never safe. Keep on tracking i say until your comfortable with ending the tracking or the relationship. Either way your smart and i would do the exact same. Unlike other guilible fools me and you wont fall victim to infidelity unlike the 50% of oblivious goofs out there who get cheated on which is a fact by the way. I love your idea of phone tracking. Its the best thing i've heared of in a long time. I hear you can also listen in on their convos live, view their texts, photos, and call logs.. How's the service? Gimme some pros and cons if you dont mind?
Wolf if you've been cheated on more than once, the standards of a relationship would set to unknown and distorted. You would only be a fool to not be more cautious. Now go back to being an unliked weasel that cant read.
I've been cheated on more than twice but somehow I've managed not to completely loose all concept of how to treat another human being. I guess that makes you substantially worse than an unliked weasel that can't read doesn't it?
Sometimes you have to prove worthiness through an obvious form and by doing so your only cutting any wasted time with that person. Answer me this. Would you trust a deceiving liar? Be aware and cautious for these days deception is more normal than faithfulness.
So you're saying that if you spy on your mate that your mate that you're proving obviously that you're not fit to be loved by them and not worth wasting time over? That seems like a complete 180 from your previous statement. What are you basing your assertion that deception is more normal than faithfulness? Is that a personal observation? Are you saying that you're an inherently deceptive person?
As of 2007 42% and 46% of women of men in the US had had an affair in their lifetime (Penn State Double-blind). By that measure just under half of people you'll date either have or will cheat. More disturbing more than half of people who have cheated are likely to cheat again so the more relationships you have the more often you risk being cheated on or cheating yourself. More than 75% of marriages and informal relationships end because of one form or another of trust issues. Do you like your odds at 50% or at 75%? If you're going to track your partner's location and read their personal communications I will go so far as to give you a 100% chance that your relationship will fail and a much higher than 50% chance that it will be via infidelity.
Yes, you can. I google search and find "HelloSPY" app.
Quick Features List
Track Phone Location
Read Phone SMS Remotely
Read Phone Contacts
Read iMessages and Whatsapp messages
See Call History
Track Internet Browsing History
See All Photos Captured
Record Apps Usage
Back Up & Download CSV
I don't know if it's necessarily the right thing to do, but if your boyfriend is always talking to his ex, then I would be suspicious. It's hard to trust anyone these days unfortunately. As someone who's been cheated on, has cheated and was with someone who was cheating on his wife with me, I'll tell you that if he has an intention to cheat, then nothing will stop him. People will go to greath lengths to get away with it, and cover it up.
You could sit down and have talk with him about the fact that him talking to his ex makes you uncomfortable. But if he really still wants to talk to her, he will. He'd just be more clever at covering it up later on. Do you know where his ex lives? I'd say you might as well keep on tracking him, if it'll give you peace of mind. Anyone who says you should trust him completely is a sucker.
It's not stepping over boundaries, this is stalking and a violation of intimacy. Solve you trust issues and stop doing what you do. If you keep doing it, you'll have a really bad time at some point into your relationship. Would you like it if you would be treated the same way?