Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Did you know?

Why we snoop?

When we see someone’s private possessions, we feel we have access to something valuable, says Elyse Goldstein, Ph.D., a New York City psychologist. 

But if snooping becomes habitual, it can be a sign of discontent with a relationship.  “Chronic snoopers believe people are hiding things from them.”  Goldstein says.