Re: Facebook Problem with Wife
Fireplace Man - keylogger is a trust violation, you must determine whether it is warranted. Cool off first. Seems like it is in your case, but cool off first.
Also, most people use the same passwords for most things. Maybe ou can get her password for something else, or slyly start a password discussion. Or, call her when she is out, say your computer is not working and you want to borrow hers. She may auto log in or have the same log-on password for the computer as for FB. Careful though, if you log into her account, she may check to see the last logon.
My rule of thumb for snooping is reasonable cause, seems like you have it. Also, Almostrecovered, I think, likes to say that there is no secrecy in marriage, privacy is not the same thing. Privacy is "I'd like to be alone while I go to the bathroom" or "I need to talk to my friend about her marriage"; secrecy is doing something you do not know about. She may have private conversations - my friends tell me things about their spouses that they would not want my wife to know, but that they need to share - e.g., alcoholic. That is not my secret to share, it is my friend's. I do not say anything about her to anyone that I would not tell her I said.
Do not be suckered into a you violated my privacy discussion. She is being secretive, not private.