Ever heard that old expression, "Familiarity breeds contempt?"

It still applies when it comes to personal space in a relationship -- or as in this week's Couples Court case, on social media.

Here's the complaint ...

Dear Rik and Michele:

My husband wants us to have a "shared" Facebook account, but I'm not interested in that.

I talk with my girlfriends and friends on Messenger and the conversations are seldom about my husband. But I still want my privacy. My husband thinks that he should have full access at all times and doesn't understand why I don't see it his way.

What do you think? Should I cave and do a joint Facebook to make him happy, or stick to my guns?

 

What say you, Bull Pen jurors? Judge Michele is on her way to the courtroom for Thursday morning's hearing right now ...