1. To maintain peace

If you are the insecure or possessive kinds, there are high chances that your partner deletes their messages and chat history.

2. To keep you and your relationship happy

Knowing how jealous some of us can get over the most trivial things, our partners sometimes go the length of emptying their chats and inbox so we have nothing to worry about when we get a hold of their phones. It’s not because they have anything to hide, they just don’t want us getting worked up over nothing. Oftentimes, people who do this would have had one or two jealousy-motivated run-ins with their partner.

3. Privacy purposes

Speaking of your partner checking the phone, which is totally not acceptable, privacy is one more legit reason why people delete their text messages and browser history. Whether or not they have flirted with someone else, your partner is entitled to basic privacy and space. They could be planning a surprise for you or might be helping a friend in tough times which you don’t need to know about.

4. They flirt

It’s still a big topic of discussion whether or not flirting passes as ᴄʜᴇᴀᴛɪɴɢ too, although it must be said that there’s a big difference between them. One can flirt without touching or getting close to their subject. You can even flirt without knowing, but it’s not the same with ᴄʜᴇᴀᴛɪɴɢ. If you’re ᴄʜᴇᴀᴛɪɴɢ, it’s because you really want to do it. So yeah, people delete flirtatious chats and messages too so they don’t get in trouble.

5. Conceal their ᴄʜᴇᴀᴛɪɴɢ

Had to put this last because it’s the commonest reason people actually delete their chats and messages. If they’re up to something shady, and they don’t want you to know, there’s no easier way to ensure that is the case than delete the message.

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