STUDY FINDS GIVING YOUR PARTNER YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PASSWORD SHOWS YOU LOVE THEM

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So how do you show your partner you love him or her and that you are really committed in the relationship? Do you buy them roses? Maybe you don’t need to buy your partner a rose anymore to show you love them, lol.

A study commissioned by Samsung has found that 56% of lovers  believe sharing a mobile PIN, email password or social media login details is the best way to commit to someone.

The study surveyed 2,000 Britons in January 2015 and more than a third of the people surveyed admitted they have already been given passwords and login details to their partner’s accounts.

All the respondents were in a relationship and 51% of the respondents were females.

The study found that a third of people knew the PIN code or pattern to access their partner’s phone, 40% know their partner’s email password and 26% know their partner’s Facebook login details.

54% of the respondents claim they would be suspicious if these details weren’t given to them by their partner.

Four in ten adults in a relationship regularly sneak a look at their partner’s phone behind their back, LOL. That’s not all. Six in ten of these people have caught their partner cheating while one in three have also ruined a romantic surprise by looking through a phone or email account.

So do you think it’s important to have your partner’s passwords?

Phil

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