Relationships

Spouse tracking

Microsoft badaapl
Jan 11

Do you and your spouse share your location with each other (with find my friends or similar)?

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  • CA Technologies TonkarBell
    Is that a huge sign of trust issues?
    Jan 111
    • Glooko / Othern33dful
      One guy I know is a total control nut and wants to know where his gf is at all times. I let my wife track me because I like to hike in the mountains.
      Jan 12
  • Google QmTN21
    Yes. It’s useful when one of us is driving home to estimate arrival time
    Jan 120
  • Facebook ujsX74
    WTF!? 😳
    Jan 123
    • Glooko / Othern33dful
      My initial reaction but then I saw someone else's Google maps and it looks really interesting if you and friends/family track each other.
      Jan 12
    • Microsoft badaapl
      OP
      Friend’s husband has refused for years. Friend just found out he’s been having an affair for years.
      Jan 12
    • Facebook ujsX74
      Damn that sucks about your friend. But who has time to play detective all day and track a person’s location? Sounds exhausting and stalkerish.
      Jan 12
  • Amazon tenders
    I share my location with all my friends. Makes my life more interesting
    Jan 120
  • HPE wergdw
    We do it to find each other at music festivals. Makes it super easy to meet up.
    Jan 120
  • Juniper ㄴㅇㄴ
    I use the Life360 app with my parents.
    Jan 122
  • New / Mgmtrs39
    There should be nothing to hide from your mate, unless you hiding something 😁
    Jan 120
  • I would refuse to share. This sounds a bit like obsession.
    Jan 120
  • We started turning on during times when you wanted to make sure stayed safe. For me it was when I would go on bike rides and she was anxious I might get hit by a car and never know, for her it was things like solo Uber rides. Eventually we just stopped turning it off. I can see how it looks like trust issues but in some instances it's just easier. Like when I come home from work and I'm like 'huh why isn't my wife home, that's atypical', I can check and see she is at the grocery store instead of calling to check in. 🤷
    Jan 141
    • LinkedIn tendies
      What if she's checking out some new "bananas" or large "cucumbers" at the grocery store?
      Jan 17
  • Amazon brazil_ws
    She voluntarily shares location with me when she's riding alone in a Uber . Other than that nopes.
    Jan 120
  • ServiceNow lilcheeto2
    I want to make sure that if I’m forced in to a white serial killer van one day that eventually I’ll be found. I’m cool with tracking.
    Jan 120
  • Facebook / Eng
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    DRGL26more
    Sounds like something Indians do.
    Jan 125
    • Amazon 1700zulu
      Slap GPS markers on each other and play spy? It doesn’t sound like an Indian thing, but a control freak kind of thing.
      Jan 12
    • Facebook / Eng
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      Nah, I stand by my initial statement.
      Jan 12
    • Facebook / Otherhhrhbh$47
      Why indians? Is there a new stereotype I'm not aware of?
      Jan 12
    • Facebook tGTv63
      Dude seriously!!! Get a life
      Jan 12
    • H1b husbands has the rifht to get suspecious of hindus ladies hangingout with old white men
      Jan 12
  • No, I wouldn't want her to know that I never go out.
    Jan 120
  • Amazon Fetch
    We do, but generally the only time we look at it is when one of us can’t find our phones. It also came in handy when there was a family emergency and I needed to see how close to home my spouse was to make a decision on calling or waiting till they got home. We never really thought of it as tracking, but I guess maybe that’s just us.
    Jan 120
  • Amazon 1700zulu
    We don’t track each other with tech but we do tell each other where we are going and when we get back. Married > 10 years.
    Jan 120

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