<blockquote><b>Quoting babymama0324:</b>" im not bothered by him looking on mine i have nothing to hide, weve lived together almost a year i feel like we shouldnt have anything to hide, but obviously he does"</blockquote>
He's allowed to have his privacy.
Why even stay with someone like that?
Quoting babymama0324:" he is notorious for talking to girls but never actually going through with it (that im aware) but he ... [snip!] ... but he won;t talk to me about it, he gets all defensive id much rather invade his privacy since he is all the time on mine!"
Talking to girls inappropriately? Why do you need to look at his fb then if you already know this? If you're not okay with it then you have your evidence already.
<blockquote><b>Quoting Lasya:</b>" That doesn't sound good at all. :( It sounds like he is controlling and has a guilty conscious. Like ... [snip!] ... thing he's doing. I've been in a relationship like that before, it didn't end well but it ended before shit got serious lol. "</blockquote>
What makes this relationship worth salvaging?
And if you did want to work on it, clearly you both have work to do.
So you KNOW he flirts with random girls and you don't trust him in the slightest... Why are you two together?
Sounds like some high school BS. I'm guessing your both grown, can't y'all have the respect to talk to each other? There's never any reason to invade someone's privacy, if its a boyfriend girlfriend husband or wife doesn't matter and certainly doesn't give you the right to invade into their privacy. You choose to let him get on yours.
You know the way he acts and choose to still stay with him too.
If you feel something's up grow up and talk.
Don't resort to the immaturity of snooping.
It sounds to me as if it's time to change YOUR password and then take some time to think about your relationship. Something is off if he has your password but feels he needs his privacy and doesn't want to give you his. So if he asks why you changed it just let him know you needed the same kind of privacy he requires prior a conversation concerning trust :). Personally, that's a no go for me.