Although you have the right to privacy on your electronic devices, after you get married, that right shifts, and your spouse now now has the right to know what you are doing with them (similar to how you also deserves to know what said spouse is up to).
Whether or not they are aware of it, those who are trying to conceal anything give off indicators that they are doing so. Spouses are able to recognize these warning indications.
You might be able to bully, guilt-trip, or manipulate your way out of sticky situations, but if you are scared every time your phone shows up, hiding things, deleting things, erasing logs, etc., then you are obviously hiding something.
Naturally, this can’t be demonstrated until we find out what it is that you’re trying to conceal. At this point, partners will begin to look into the situation. If you saw that your partner was behaving oddly, you would probably question them or do your own investigation.
You’re lucky if your spouse even notices. Those individuals who are no longer concerned will either not notice or will not be concerned enough to notice the change.
We all have those instances when we veer off course and engage in behaviors that we definitely shouldn’t. If it has been brought up, pay attention to it because no matter how hard you try to hide it, you will give off signs that you are hiding something, which seriously affects the peace, happiness, and trust in your marriage. If it has been brought up, pay attention to it because no matter how hard you try to hide it, you will give off signs that you are hiding something.
There is no benefit to doing so.