So, this girl I like asked if she could have my iPod for the weekend because she was going on a trip and wanted something to do.
I know that on my Facebook, I've had conversions with people, and a couple of them have mentioned her, but not in a negative sense, just about my feelings for her, what we did when we hung out at my house (nothing sexual, just movies or play video games), and when I first met her, I asked my friend who knew her about her since her name rung a bell. I've never told people any of her secrets or insecurities through these messages. I thought there was nothing wrong talking about this, and trusted her not to read my private conversations.
Well, I got a text last night telling me she was curious and so she read them, and told me how much she hates that I told our friend the stuff we've done, and why I like asking people about her and why I won't just admit to liking her or whatever (which I've done before). Now, looking back, maybe I shouldn't have mentioned the stuff about our hangouts since that's our thing, but I still see no problem in the other stuff. She doesn't agree this is the same as if I just took her phone and read through her texts or looked at her Facebook messages, but I think it is.
Is this my fault for talking about this stuff behind her back, or is this a complete invasion of privacy? Or are we both in the wrong? I trusted her, and I feel that all that trust is gone now.
Thanks for the feedback:)