ANSWERS: 34
  • No, but they should trust where the other one is.
  • Not necessary, but they should always be able to TRUST each other at all times. : )
  • I'd certainly like to know, but only out of concern for her safety; but there's only so much we can control in life.
  • That's a man who won't have a wife for very long (and vice-versa).
  • I have found that what you do not know... cannot hurt you.. However I will agree heavily with the other answers here, without that trust... there is no marriage.
  • He should have a general Idea.
  • it is nice to be aware of each others general daily activities and where abouts out of love and interest. however they should give each other space and respect of privacy.
  • Looks like I ditto most of the prior answers. I think that it's all about the relationship. If it's abour love, concern, mutual respect and each other's wellbeing, it's a good thing. But if it's abour control and jealousy, that's a relationship killer. +4
  • No, I don't own her and she doesn't own me.
  • I tell my husband where I am going so he won't worry. he does not expect a minute by minute accounting but if I going to be gone for a period of time I let him know. For instance, I am leaving Thursday night and not returning until Sunday. We live a good hour and half from most of my friends and relatives - so me going away for a week-end is not unusual. He will know that I am spending nights at my girl-friends Joan's house but I certainly would not give him a blow by blow of whom I'm meeting for dinner. brunch, and who I am shoopping with. If he needs me, he can reach me on my cell.
  • Unless you trust her... "p
  • An answer in lyrics. Be sure to check out the last stanza, because that is what happens when couples suffocate each other: Every breath you take And every move you make Every bond you break Every step you take Ill be watching you Every single day And every word you say Every game you play Every night you stay Ill be watching you Oh, cant you see You belong to me Now my poor heart aches With every step you take Every move you make Every vow you break Every smile you fake Every claim you stake Ill be watching you Since youve gone, Ive been lost without a trace I dream at night, I can only see your face I look around but its you I cant replace I feel so cold and I long for your embrace I keep crying baby, baby please The Police
  • Almost always. I try hard to know where my wife is at all times. I know where she drives via satelite tracking. I know right now by hidden cameras which rooms she's in what she is doing and as I cloned her cell phone I even know when she gets a phone call, who she is talking to, and the details of said calls. Now if I could just get her to use less toilet paper.
  • I'd want MY husband to know where I was at all times! Otherwise, how would he know NOT to worry!?
  • 14 answers so far and no one gave a serious yes answer. The closest anyone came was saying that they would like to know. Many even said knowing where your wife is leads to divorce! I believe there were fewer divorces, not more, back when a man knew where his wife and children were.
  • man and wife should not know where eachother are at all times... but they should be permitted to such knowledge without delay or resistance. there should be no lies. trust is for when evidence is inconvienient, if he/she takes offense to an OCCASIONAL request for something to confirm something they have said they are either hiding something or care more about their pride than your relationship. my (soon to be) ex wife did everything she could to destroy any evidence that she was telling the truth. even after running away with BF#3 when she has no reason to cary on lieing to me she still lies in ways which do not benefit her. I feel sorry for her BF because I am sure dispite claiming to be totaly honest with him, she told him lies like she did BF#2 (physical and even sexual abuse claims.)
  • no you shouldn't marry him/her if you don't trust her/him
  • As a matter of respect (and safety) I think its good to let your hubby/wife where you are.That doesnt mean details are necessary.
  • Now what fun would that be.
  • Well I would say yes but only because if they do not come home on time and you can't get a hold of them you will know where to start looking for them. As a matter of control or fear of what they may be doing, I would say no, because I think you should trust them, why would you marry a person you do not trust?
  • I would hate to be in a relationship like that -- a tad too obsessive.
  • I think so,if it's just a simple question of where are you going? or calling me and asking where are you at?. But,if they're asking where are you? why are you there? who are you with? when are you going to be home? that's taking it too far and that person has a serious jealousy issue.
  • In an ideal world, yes. A husband and his wife should be open with each other. What if there's an emergency? Why would they want to hide where they are from each other anyway?
  • NO! I think family members owe each other the courtesy of informing each other when they are coming and going but beyond that they shouldn't need to know each others whereabouts at all times. What that says is that there is a complete lack of faith and trust between two people...if that is the case why are they married?
  • No. A courteous accounting of generally where you will be and how you can be reached should be enough. If it's not, lack of trust may be an issue.
  • Yes. At least with my relationship. When I leave the house, I let my husband know where I'll be going. If I plan on visiting multiple stores, I usually give a rundown of where I'll be. This goes both ways. If something were to happen, I would know EXACTLY where I can find him, or where he can find me. You can't know the horror of having something happen, and not knowing where to find your mate. There have been WAY TOO MANY accidents, where people haven't been found for days (even longer) because no one knew where they were. I don't think it's about spying on your hus/wife, as that indicates an unhealthy attachment, or perhaps a concern for their fidelity. It shouldn't end up with a spying, if the other person isn't being sneaky about where they go. If you have an open and honest relationship, there is no need to hide things, or spy.
  • we should all have our own space at times. ^^
  • For all of you who rated and commented on my answer - please note that I edited it - I had a mistake I said he does expect a minute by minute accounting - I meant he does not.
  • Nope, If I were married and felt that I had to know where my wife was at all times, that would mean that maybe we jumped in too fast. Trust has to be established before you make a commitment like that. +4
  • No,Big mistake if you try for that ideal.
  • Ideally YESSSSSSSSS.
  • That's a very good question and I bet some will say yes and some will say no. Wanting to know where she is all the time, makes you sound controlling. On the other hand, if she routinely doesn't tell you where she is, there could be some mistrust. My wife doesn't necessarily tell me where she goes, and I don't always ask, but if I rang her on the cell and asked her where she is, I would expect she would answer me with the truth.
  • What is a relationship without any trust?
  • Nope !!!!!! relationship needs its space and if u have faith on ur partners u wont need to know what ur partner is doing and where he/she is all the time!!

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