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@sadxgorIx a girl from work tried to shit on the fact that my husband and i share our locations with each other and she was
hell bent on proving it means we have a lack of trust.
first of all, i'm scared of being kidnapped so jot that down.
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    • “Hey babe can we share each other’s locations?” “No I don’t want you knowing where I am” is an example of lack of trust.
      Braith 5 aug
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    • I feel like sharing locations would indicate more trust?? Am I missing something?
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    • Sounds like that girl cheats or has already cheated on her partner
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    • My gf and I have the location sharing on because if anything happens we want to beable to find eachother or give it to the police. We have total trust for eachother.
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    • I feel like sharing your location would prove your trust, like I know I’m not cheating so it doesn’t matter if you know where I am
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    • Tell that bitch to mind her own damn business lol
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    • People with trust issues have either been cheated on or have cheated themselves
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    • My husband and I share locations with each other, I don’t see the harm in it. Don’t lie to your significant other and it shouldn’t be a problem. It allows you to see that they’re safe, and made to their destination. If they’re not answering calls/texts, you can see where they are and send help too
      The_Lime 5 aug
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    • Umm, my husband and I have an app for that too. It's easier to look and see if he has left work yet, than to call him because it's illegal to be on a cell phone on a miliary base. There are several other reasons and none of them have to do with trust. 💞
      missnay 5 aug
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    • If you in a trustworthy relationship. Your partner isnt crazy. Then sharing locations is not big deal. They see your at the bar but isnt surprised because you said I'm getting a drink with so and so after work. If we didnt live together then I would know she made it home safe
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    • So it's not a lack of trust, it's a lack of a gun
      Crustle 5 aug
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    • If you’re partner makes you share locations that’s a problem. If you want to it’s not.
      lwpack 5 aug
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    • Everyone gave me and my wife shit for it until I was in a fuckin pile up on the highway and the app alerted her. She got there faster than emergency vehicles. I like to think our trust saved my fuckin life lol
      josrob 6 aug
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    • It is a lack of trust. A lack of trust in complete strangers, which is completely undertandable.
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    • That bitch prob loves cheating
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    • Could you share your location with me darling? I can make all your nightmares come true.
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    • Keep your opinions out of someone else’s relationship unless there’s an actual problem.
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    • Doesn’t sharing your location mean you trust them to know where you are? Like jeesh
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    • Was this “girl from your work” the projector you guys used to put up the numbers and figures in your meetings? Because—as established— she projects like hell
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    • You mean forced adoption?
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    • I keep mine on for my mom and tell her where I’ll be, she doesn’t necessarily want to know but I have bat shit crazy fraternal family who wish me harm. It’s smarted to let someone you trust know where you are for the just in case instances
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    • I just want your location so I know when to hide so I can scare you when you walk in the door 🙄
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    • I do it cause I go hunting/fishing/hiking a lot. I don’t wanna be like the guy that had to cut his own arm off.
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    • Having my location on saved my life. I was in a car accident, didn’t know who I was at first and my family found me through my phones location. I’ll never turn that shit off, ever.
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    • Different situation, but I love having my location on with my parents. I don't sneak out so I never have to hide where I am, and I can always see where they are when they like- are coming to get me
      Anti2790 5 aug
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    • I share mine to prove that I've nothing to hide and there's nothing wrong with that
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    • Anyone that freaks out and accuses you of not trusting them over simple things probably isn't trustworthy
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    • Me to that girl:
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    • I share a location with a couple of my girl friends. I thought people did that already?
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    • Same my girl and I have it just for safety, it has nothing to do with lack of trust lol
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    • Why wouldn't you let your soul mate be able to know where you are in the case of an emergency?
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    • my husband and i use life 360, not to stalk each other, but to make sure we’re both okay if we’re driving to a far location
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    • Me and my man share our locations because we worry about eachother. Me and my cousins also have a circle on Life360 and when one of them goes on a date with someone we don’t know we follow them to make sure they’re okay
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    • My wife and I use it all the time. Its useful to know when she will be home so I can have food ready if she’s hungry or if she is coming home with groceries so I can help bring them in. Doesn’t have to be about a lack of trust.
      faust667 6 aug
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    • My husband and I share location cause he got tired of me calling him every few minutes and asking him where he was at with my food.
      MissyBee 7 aug
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    • My husband and I share locations with each other in case one of us breaks down or loses cell service. We at least have a general idea of where the other is or last was in case. Shit like that. I rarely check. For shits and giggles because I’m impressed that it’s updating while he’s driving
      ohkittee 6 aug
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    • The first thing a kidnapper's gonna do is get rid of your phone. They make gps trackers that are inserted under the skin if you're really afaid of that
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    • Same here! I need him to know where I am/was last. That way when I stop answering texts/calls he knows where to start to help me. And that goes both ways
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    • It's important to have that if your A doomsday prepper. Get you a girl who doesn't mind preparing for worst case scenarios, like the chaos that is happening in Democrat ran cities.
      LexxsH 6 aug
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    • Been married for 31/years, my wife and I keep each other in the loop.
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    • While you're dating I get that but if you're married I'd hope you're at a point where it wouldn't matter if your spouse had your location bc you would tell them anywhere you went, and then it makes sense for safety reasons to have it shared
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    • I go on drives & visit family in other states all the time. Its nice knowing my husband can pin point my last location if I were to go missing
      Misster 5 aug
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    • If there is trust there is no need to do it and no reason not to. What it can do is reduce anxiety which my wife struggles with. We don't do this, but if she wanted to i would.
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    • Naw kidnap me
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    • It sounds like she's projecting her insecurities onto your relationship lol
      abdul612 5 aug
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    • i was gonna say "you have no trust" but i am also afraid of being kidnapped
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    • Right??? I'm gonna tell my husband everything that I'm doing because if something happens, the guy is on the scene in a heartbeat.
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    • If you got nothing to hide and your married what's the problem
      donc12 5 aug
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    • bro me and liz share and we aren’t even married. how is this a trust issue
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    • This argument is a bit of a double edged sword. If you feel the need to share your location with your partner, you are free to do so for the sake of safety. However, not sharing your location is fine as well, so long as both partners know that its more of a routine thing. 1/2
      RJP_96 6 aug
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    • “YoU gUyS hAvE tRuSt IsSuEs” meanwhile, they live in a one person apartment, work at Target, and are definitely not in a relationship.
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    • Last October, I left my girlfriend at the salon to go pick up some lunch for both of us, but I got in the car, drove home and had a seizure. She couldn't find me for six hours. So yeah, we share location services now.
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    • My parents do it so my mom knows when to start dinner
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    • I used to share mine with my ex. Came in really useful when I lost my phone on a bike ride and was able to see its location
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    • That's the entire reason my wife and I share locations. Esp for her if she's alone out somewhere, if she suddenly moves from the area she's supposed without telling me it's cause for alarm for her safety
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    • You wouldn't want to be unprotected from people like me.
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    • I go hunting so I share my location, she drives for a living and goes to sketchy places some times like my old friends house to fuck him, so she shares her location now too.
      MrM3rcy 6 aug
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    • Ok so trust is when you consider someone reliable and honest. If Inna relationship you feel the need to constantly check on your partner it's a lack of trust because you feel insecure and are needing to have your doubts sated. Not to say it's a bad thing to share to alleviate doubts
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    • I mean me and my suite mate share our locations so we can just check and be like ‘oh yeah she’s in class I’ll get breakfast by myself’ or so we can watch if one of us (normally me) has a late class they have to walk back from. Not tryna get kidnapped. I assume it’s something like that
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    • That's the kind of honesty and trust you should aspire to have..
      Decklin 6 aug
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    • My Gf and I share location because yeah, if shit happens then we want to know where to find each other. Or where to send police or paramedics. We trust each other completely, sometimes use it to fuck with each other but that’s it
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    • Anyone wanna hear a story about how a van rolled up on me in the middle of the night and scarred me?
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    • My cousin & her husband can track eachother thru their phones which i guess is ok but her husband is the biggest fuckin kid omg he acts like my cousin is his mom & he cant clean worth a shit. My cousin is also a hoarder too so & they live with my grandparents. they r nasty & clutter up the house.
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    • If you have a reason for not wanting your SO to know where you are that’s a red flag
      Batmane 5 aug
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    • Well that is a lack of trust, just not on the relationship side
      CKent 5 aug
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    • Id turn that on for my gf. But I don't trust my parents as much as I can throw them. And considering I don't think that I can even lift them.
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    • My gf and I have been sharing our locations since we started dating.
      Beham 5 aug
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    • We have an app that keeps us updated on location and when we leave places. It's good to know in case something happened and you cant call, I would late shifts and overtime. Plus we have a little girl so if something were to happen it's not just 1 person in trouble.
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    • “Ok but why do you assume that I care about your stupid ass opinion you have due to your own insecurity?”
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    • It’s a lack of trust if one individual in the relationship is forcing another to share their location at all times. This is mutual so it’s absolutely fine
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    • Sadly, it's more a lack of trustworthiness. One or both wants to know when the other's coming...
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    • Slap dat bitch
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    • Actually it'll create more trust and it'll 100% eliminate assumptions and having to ask 'where have you been' or start a fight
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    • I feel like the girl is trying to break them up and move in on the man but is irritated that they allow each other to share locations so she can't try and sneak off on him
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    • There is a theory which suggests people believe others think and behave the same way they do. So someone who doesn’t trust their partner is likely the one that would be lying in the relationship.
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    • thats how you know the other girl doesn't have her location on and cheats on her boyfriend
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    • Been a lot of amber alerts going off. You bet your ass we wanna be able to find the other
      Fox2099 5 aug
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    • My whole family tracks each other
      Fritzor 5 aug
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    • If any of my friends happen to give me their location I’m gonna stalk them for eternity
      Snapgram 5 aug
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    • If one of em was forcing the use of shared locations, that seems like its out of distrust, but just knowing someone knows where you are is nice
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    • Me and my gf share our locations. Mainly because we like to know where each other are in case of emergency. We rarely check it unless one of us is going on a trip or something
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    • I'm afraid of losing my phone or being kidnapped lol whatchu mean. Plus my boyfriend chronically loses things so I want it for him when he loses his phone because those apps use cell phone location aka a free where's my phone app
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    • my girl is misplacing,forgets her phone all the time,thats the only reason...couldnt give a fuck where she is,i trust her with my life.
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    • Same plus if she gets her phone stolen or lost I can attempt to find it.
      reedybag 5 aug
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    • She sounds insecure
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    • lack of trust my ass
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    • Just don't wear a mask no one will come close enough to kidnap you
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    • I’m lonely
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    • It’s smart to make sure you have somebody who knows where you’ll be in case something does happen. Willingly sharing this with each other shows trust in each other
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    • Me and my wife track each other because I always lose my phone so she tracks it lmao
      vaderog6 8 aug
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    • Its COMPLETE Trust. I have NOTHING to hide. When my car goes into a ravine- she knows where to send the cops. My friend died like that. Pinned for 4 Days in his car. Died of thirst. 200 feet from an intersection.
      OhHeem 8 aug
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    • Yeah my gf and I do it simply for safety reason
      Psh_lulz 7 aug
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    • Sometimes I get the thought of wondering where someone is. If I can check, then cool. If they’re at Target, Home Depot, or a coffee shop, then I won’t be too surprised. For me it’s curiosity
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    • Location is fine it's not like they're rooting through your phone and reading your texts and stuff
      Varateno 6 aug
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    • i share my location with a friend if i’m going anywhere shady
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    • My best friends and I all share our locations cuz it’s easier than constantly asking are you at work? Are you home? Etc.
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    • I'd rather see if she is home yet than bug her.
      ThySuper 6 aug
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