Show Notes for Thursday, May 6, 2021


Dear John,

Should I be concerned? My wife was messing with my phone and started asking me about all of the people I've called or messaged. I use my phone for work and have many clients saved in there. I do auto detailing. She's worried that something is happening with some of my clients. It's not! I've never even had a single thought of cheating on my wife. I love her to the moon and back. I'm not sure how to prove that to her. I'm concerned because she was looking up the clients on Facebook and has been focused on a few of them in particular. I've never even met most of these people in person. I just clean their cars. There's nothing going on! One of the guys I work with said he would put a lock screen on his phone. I think that would only make it worse. What do you think I can do? Should I do the lock screen thing?

Signed – Detail Guy

JOHN'S NOTE: Three-quarters of 1,000 women surveyed admitted they’ve looked through their guy’s texts and calls.

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