Is it fair or right or even good?
Sharing social media passwords for many couples is a sign of commitment and/or honesty and a refusal of it casts a shadow on the seriousness of the relationship itself. It is a given that unless there is a need to otherwise (which is mostly seen as suspect) couples should naturally want to share their passwords without having been asked. Why this need for transparency? Is it fair or right or even good? Or is it somewhere about control? Or/and insecurity?
Social media passwords should be shared with partners or not? Team Bonobology asked this question on its Facebook page. Here’s what they had to say.