I think I did quite well today. The dare was to contact your partner sometime during the day to see if they needed anything. Well, he has been wanting to sell his truck and he stated that he needed to clean it inside and out. He came over to my house and while he was inside looking online for new trucks, I went outside and washed and cleaned it up for him to surprise him! he came outside and was happy and thanked me and seemed very pleased. It made me feel good to make him smile...
I still find myself having a hard time with the trust. I see him text messaging and always looking at his phone and he keeps it on silent when he is here. We had a horrible storm last night and I had a lot of damage to my property and he came right over and helped me which was very thoughtful. He ended up staying the night but I noticed that he hid his cell phone under his pillow, which felt like an insult to me. What is he so afraid I would see? Maybe I'm different. I don't care if he looks through my phone or wants my passwords. I have nothing at all to hide.
Few things... I see that you did something nice for him. But you still did not do what the dare said. I know it may not seem important to the letter of it, but I assure you it is written that way for a reason.
First, you controlled the situation to what you consider success. Out of the blue to contact him and see if he needs anything shows a direct concern and many other things.
Most importantly, trusting Christ to do the dares as they are intended shows that you will not control and do it your way.
As for the phone. You are way to stuck on that phone. Leave it alone. Cast that burden on Christ. There is nothing you can do about that phone nothing at all... Except put burden on yourself. So focus your attention elsewhere... Where it will be productive, and trust Christ that no matter what, the outcome is His will, and it will be perfect!