Should a woman snoop through her man's wallet? The temptation may be great, but what about the implications. I would definitely not do it.It's the same as invading someone's privacy. I wouldn't want the same thing to be done to me, perhaps a man to snoop on my purse, pager, cellphone or even emails. Would it bother you if your partner snoop through your personal things? It's a personal space.Even in marriage, there should always be space and privacy. To do such thing as sneaky as that says a lot about a person. There is no need to snoop if there is enough trust between two partners.Have some respect on him and yourself as well.If you feel the need to snoop on your partner, there is a problem somewhere. Either you are insecure, controlling, or the relationship is having problems! If you think something is wrong and you suspect him cheating, why not talk to him?

Relationships are based on trust. If you want to have a long lasting relationship you will have to work on building trust in your relationship. Trust your partner (but I would say that you should also trust your instincts). Hmmm...

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