"My boyfriend gets mad when I ask if I can go through the messages in his phone's inbox. I always try asking for his permission in the nicest way possible, assuring him that I'm just curious, but he gets really annoyed and tells me to just respect his privacy. I don't understant why it's such a big deal—I've always been trusting, but because of his reactions, I'm starting to doubt him. SHould I still trust him, or does this give me reason not to?" —Ynna, 15
I think you should just respect his privacy. Most guys are really like that—they have their limits when it comes to these things. I've lost my phone more than once, so even when someone just touchs it, I kind of get freaked out already. It's really no big deal; I don't think trust should even be an issue, because it's just a cell phone. If he's doing something behind your back, you'll find out eventually. But if what you have feels real, then you don't have to worry. If your boyfriend gets seriously mad at your for asking, though, then ditch him. He's not worth it.
—Marco Mañalac, 17
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For the rest of the boys' advice, flip to page 55 of your December 2006 issue of Candy with wonderful crazy Katelyn Tarver on the cover. :D If you've got boy problems of your own, why not drop by TeenTalk and post them there? We'll get your fave cutie for his POV.