Teenage Couples Sharing Passwords
In this technology-driven era, password sharing is the latest way to show trust in teenage relationships.
Whether it’s their Facebook, Twitter, e-mail or Skype access codes, a recent study found that 30% of internet-savvy teens had shared passwords with a friend or partner.
This trend is however being ‘rebuked’ by parents and counsellors, with the latter arguing that relationships hit rocky ground because of the over-sharing, and that swapping passwords may be more about lacking trust than a sign of shared trust.
Regardless of how it starts, whether because partners trust each other, or lack trust, this practise in most cases tends to lead to public action if the relationship fails.
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