According to relationship experts, the couple that clicks together stays together. So don't hesitate to reveal your pins and passwords to your spouse. For more reasons why sharing your online world with your partner helps to foster a healthy union, here are tips from sources that include Los Angeles-based dating and relationship expert Julie Spira of www.cyberdatingexpert.com:

  • Safety. In an accident or other emergency, you have access to your spouse's phone, email, and personal files. In a tragic situation, you can shut down a Facebook account or reach out to his friends who you didn't know.

  • Convenience. Forgot your debit card and running to the ATM while your spouse finds parking? You can use his and avoid going into the bank.

  • Romance. It's always sweet to know your husband's password is the date you met, became an official couple, or celebrated your fifth wedding anniversary.

  • Transparency. In a healthy relationship, there is a natural openness and willingness to share information. If you are concerned something you post or send can be misconstrued by your spouse, don't do it.

  • The Golden Rule. If you share with your spouse, it's only fair that he or she shares with you.