Password protection and significant others—not an easy one to get your head around., right? When it comes to relationships, one of the most important ingredients for a healthy partnership is trust. Without trust, your relationship won’t last very long, and it certainly won’t be very rewarding. That said, it is also crucial for your own well being that you protect yourself, your best interests, and you most valuable information. So all of a sudden, we are faced with a dilemma: you want to trust your partner, to the point where you can share anything with them and have nothing to hide, but you also want to protect your assets and have your privacy respected. How do you know what to do and where to draw the line? Do you choose to trust your partner and offer full access to of all your most important information (aka your passwords, your phone, your house alarm, your email…)? Or do you adhere to strict password protection and keep your passwords a secret? It’s a tough call, and there isn’t necessarily a one-size-fits-all answer.