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Spy On Your Boyfriend, Girlfriend or Children's Text Messages and Emails from a Cellphone

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How can I access girlfriend's Viber?

My girlfriend is hiding something so I would like to know what is the real problem

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When you're having difficulty communicating, the best thing to do is try to communicate. If she is unwilling to take the time to speak with you, you should tell her that you find that unacceptable and that you'd like to have a real conversation about your relationship. If she isn't willing to talk, that could be an indication that it's time to let things end.

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If you're not going to try that, installing an app like TheTruthSpy to her phone would allow you to snoop through her messages. Keep in mind that this is an illegal thing to do, and would break the trust in your relationship forever.

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