I don't blame all of my husband's addiction on his smartphone, but it definitely brought it to another level where he didn't need to be attached to WiFi and was able to watch multiple times a day in multiple places. I blame myself for not speaking up when he switched from a flip phone to a smart phone (which was only two years ago, because he knew I had concerns about it). But he gave me a studious list of reasons why he needed a phone for work or how he'd finally be able to video chat with the kids and have a GPS, so I bit my tongue and gave in. And here we are in exactly the mess I was dreading. The smartphone in question (loaded with security software) has finally died, and yesterday he was going to take it in to get it fixed or get a new phone. I told him flat out - do not get a new phone. My phone is new and I know there are ways to access P and P-subs that the security software can't catch. Sure enough, he came home with a shiny new phone. He immediately gave it to me to put under lockdown but I was livid. Why would he do the ONE THING I asked him not to do? I had explained to him why I didn't want him to get a new phone; why didn't he want that too? He claims he "looked" at durable flip phones, but then said there were none on display, then that he needed a smartphone for work and he'd be embarrassed without one. So I ask you this: is it irrational of me to expect him to use a flip phone in 2018? Can you still access P on a flip phone? Or would we be safer installing software on a smartphone so I can have peace of mind that I wouldn't be able to have on a flip phone? Will he resent me and set back our recovery even further if I push him into a flip phone? Please vote in my poll, lurkers.