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Betina Garcia
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Betina Garcia

Yep… but I would expect the same respect reciprocated

Monteria Graham
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Monteria Graham

No. Because first of all, why is he worrying about social media in the first place??? And Second, all that says to me is that he’s insecure soooo I’ll either tell him to get it together or the relationship will be over because dealing with a person like that, is a no no for me

Sheldon Molon Labe
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Sheldon Molon Labe

Everyone who is saying no they wouldn’t clearly has something for those individuals that they wouldn’t give up for the greater person in your life, if your not willing to let go of something in your past, then your future with that individual is dead already. It is respect for the other individual, not jealousy or controlling, if they see that person as a threat and ask you to block or delete them it’s with good purpose, insecurities or not. I would block/delete anyone in my life for the love of my life. (Family excluding)

Caroline Degeyter
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Caroline Degeyter

It’s a way to test your ‘power’ towards an other human being, to test ‘who is the most important’. Don’t let any one overpower you and demand something like that from you. Trust is more important than handeling towards and accepting someone else’s insecurity. Your partner must tell his/her concerns about that other person, but it’s your own choise how you handle the situation itself. There are other ways to prevent mistrust or insecurity. Just love and trust eachother, explain concerns and act like an adult. Don’t play games of empowerment. Play games of love.

Cherre Whitney Gilligan
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Cherre Whitney Gilligan

Yep and I do it all the time. It’s called mutual respect. If one person feels like another person is crossing boundaries in a relationship… the problem or person should be eliminated due to respect to continue a healthy loyal and trusting relationship or marriage.

Joshua C. Follman
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Joshua C. Follman

Sorry, if you were hanging out with an ex and giving them that emotional attention over your current partner, you don’t it’s right to ask your partner to let it go? I think this needs a little broader perspective. ?

Jimmy Braley
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Jimmy Braley

I didn’t used to understand how serious this was, But I was ignorant and had a lot to learn at the time, but knowing what I know now? Most definitely, no questions asked. Your relationship should always come first and it should always be your top priority. So if something is potentially threatening the relationship or your partner in any way then definitely do what needs to be done for the sake of your partner and your relationship with them.

Sarah Potts
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Sarah Potts

I would if he had good reason but he’s friends with a couple of my enemies and I don’t ask. I think it’s insecure if you have to go that route. There’s nothing you can do about someone who’s going to cheat on you so if you see the proof and you still stick around, it’s on you. You’re just hurting yourself. It all goes with confidence and self respect. That’s what makes women attractive. You see gorgeous girls who act so jealous and insecure.

Gabrielle Tücker
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Gabrielle Tücker

Yes, everyone should. If the person I love asked me to block someone, I wouldn’t think twice but I’d also want them to do the same for me. Because you know? At the end of the day, they are the one holding you and keeping you warm at night. Not some random person (or anyone for that matter) who could potentially hurt your relationship or is worrying your partner etc. I’d do anything for the person I love. Blocking someone on social media is the least I could do.

Bella Isabella
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Bella Isabella

I have been through this myself! I,however, was the one asking him to remove/block certain people. I always felt bad for doing so (I never wanted to be one to ‘order’ him around -felt like it at the time) but I also was aware of his interaction with these people and so on. I understood it was him talking to females, who came between us on numerous occasions, behind my back. This always occurred when we would fight. My role in this was a huge mistake for trusting him. I had to almost beg/make him remove them; and, everytime he… Read more »

Suzanne Munoz
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Suzanne Munoz

No and we wouldnt ask that of each other. Without respect and dialog there is no relationship. We are adults, not insecure 12 year olds. Social media is not “us”. Blocking a person online does not stop someone from doing something completely inappropriate offline so it makes no sense.

Julie Rhodes
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Julie Rhodes

What people don’t realize is, they can block who you ask them to block all day, every day…it doesn’t really change anything as far as cheating goes. If they want to do it, they’ll find a way with or without social media.

Ashley Baier
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Ashley Baier

Yes as long as it’s mutual respect. Anything and anyone threatening your relationship should be addressed and if it’s someone trying to contact you on social media, the only option is to block them

Twinkies Could Be Heaven
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Twinkies Could Be Heaven

Why would I block anyone out of my life? Why would I ask someone else to do the same? Let’s be honest, if they aren’t strong enough to block out the temptation then why are we in a relationship? A relationship is based on trust. No I would not block anyone for anyone but myself

Dillon Schad
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Dillon Schad

I’d block everyone for her. If she asked she has her reasons

Ariel Stoltz
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Ariel Stoltz

Why do people feel so insecure? Let me ask you something….what if the person in question is one of your close friends from high school? If it was up to me, I would not block him/her and here is why — If there is true love between the two individuals, nothing will break it.

Andi Wilmers
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Andi Wilmers

My wife is blocking people from my Facebook directly. This is how democracy works 😉 but honestly… men know men and women know women. If she block someone it will have a reason.

Jennifer Current
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Jennifer Current

Yes, typically it’s someone who can’t take a hint and leave your relationship alone and uses social media to worm their way in. I’ve seen it done to people. Blocking them sends a message that you’ve cut that final tie with them.

Ashton Bukala
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Ashton Bukala

Yes. And if they’re asking u to block someone it’s cause they can see that bitch has an agenda. I’m an intuitive girlfriend and have called out bitches before trying to invite my boyfriend over for beer and dinner.
He got mad at ME and said I was being jealous.
Turned out later he found out the bitch WAS scouting cause she was doing it to other guys too.
He never apologized for getting mad at me when I was right.
So dudes, respect your girl when she knows a bitch is snooping

Kristi Sturgill
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Kristi Sturgill

Yes i did it for my wife..i wasn’t happy about it and i resented her for a long time for asking me to do it. I got over it eventually and our relationship got better without the drama the other person was causing..

Lana Arain
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Lana Arain

No, they shouldn’t be asking you not to be friends with someone, be it on fb or real life. If they are that much insecure, they shouldn’t be in a relationship with you. No one has the right to choose or dictate your friendships

Ashley Behnke
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Ashley Behnke

Absolutely. I love my husband. When we were dating he asked me to stop hanging out with my really close guy friend and I respected that. It needs to go both ways however.

Laura Hay
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Laura Hay

It depends on why they requested I do so. However, some people can be irrational, insecure boneheads for no reason. The BS they create in their own mind is their issue. I personally have no time for that drama. I would not waste any of my effort on someone like that.

Nicklas Schou Grunnet Plöen
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Nicklas Schou Grunnet Plöen

Always. One of the most important things in a relationship is to respect your partner and to give up anything for her/him. Anything that shows, that you love them. If you can’t do that for someone, do you really love them?

Leslie D McLain
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Leslie D McLain

If there is trust in the relationship then no one should have to block someone..get over your insecurities or move on ..that’s a form of control and intimidation…