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Apple3point14 posted 5/4/2013 19:43 PM

I have an Android platform phone that has Google Chrome installed. My 2 year old plays talking cat and other games on my phone and somehow opened Google incognito. At least this is the only possible way I can think of. My wife was looking at my phone and noticed the window open and brought it to my attention. I didnt even know what it was. I found It lets you search on google and it dosent go in search history or cookies? I am so sorry that she had to see that .her mind must be racing. I'm not sure how I could have stop this but I shoyld have. I really feel like I let her down today I am so sorry I feel an inch tall.I think I should just remove all Google everything from my phone I just feel so bad. The things it must of race2 her head. I know inventing I just feel like crap and needed to vent a little

[This message edited by Apple3point14 at 8:00 PM, May 4th (Saturday)]

BaxtersBFF posted 5/4/2013 20:19 PM

I'm not sure you can get away from a Google platform as long as you have an Android. They're pretty tightly linked. Maybe a good techie will come by with an answer...

Apple3point14 posted 5/4/2013 20:30 PM

Thanks baxtersbff. It just sucks I let her down again. When she first confronted me about my a's, the first thing I did is say"it's not what you think". And when she told me she found the google incognito page open. I started giving possible excuses. I'm not sure How i can help her feel better about this.

[This message edited by Apple3point14 at 8:31 PM, May 4th (Saturday)]

BaxtersBFF posted 5/4/2013 20:35 PM

Go to an older flip phone that doesn't have all the fancy stuff.

I'm not can be a huge problem during R. When it comes down to it, if we want to cheat, we can, and nobody would know. So we have to do other things to let our BS's know that we are being honest, that we are wanting only our spouse, and that we aren't trying to hide anything.

silverhopes posted 5/5/2013 14:17 PM

Maybe ask her to sit down and let her vent about how she's feeling. Try to listen without making excuses. Just let her talk, and when she's done, try to acknowledge her feelings. Once she feels like her feelings have been validated, then you can come up with a plan as a team to go through and either eliminate or acknowledge if you can't eliminate, the different apps or programs or documents that would make her uncomfortable. It goes a long way to establish transparency and build your teamwork if you go through it step by step together. Good luck.

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