To have a good relationship, partners must be honest.
< p>Honesty plays an important role not only in romantic relationships, but also in maintaining successful relationships with your friends, family and business associates.
It's normal to want to share things about your life with your partner.
It's normal to want to share your dreams, hopes and fears with them.
But honesty can be difficult. We should be honest with our partner and that goes without saying.
But there are some things we should keep to ourselves.
You know, being too honest can sometimes lead to unnecessary misunderstandings or we can end up hurting someone.
Keeping certain things to yourself doesn't mean you're dishonest.
It just means you're mature enough to respect your own privacy.
< p>Here are some things you'd better not share with your partner:
1. Your friends' secrets
Secrets are called secrets for a reason.
They will be told in complete confidentiality.
If your friends choose you to confide in, it means they see you as a very trustworthy person.
Do you want to betray their trust? I don't think so.
There's no need to share your friends' secrets with your partner.
He doesn't need to know who Sally has a crush on or that Martha had plastic surgery… Got it?
Telling someone's secret shows a complete lack of respect for that person.
So next time you feel like it, share a secret with your husband sharing, remember it's better to keep it to yourself.
After all, you don't want to lose a good friend.
2. Compliments you get from other guys
I know that getting compliments from other guys is a good chance to make your partner jealous.
You probably want to emphasize the fact that despite a lot of guys wanting you, you still do , decided for him.
And it's totally normal that you want your partner to feel that you are special.
But if you brag all the time about other guys complimenting you, don't be surprised if your partner gets the impression that you're the one provoking other guys and that you enjoy it.
Talking about other men who are showing interest in you can make your husband feel insecure.
He might start thinking, that you will replace him with one of these men.
Even worse, he could become super controlling and jealous.
3. Too many details about your past relationships
It's okay to share certain things about your past relationships with your partner, but don't go into details!
If you suddenly start, about your ex and the relationship talking to him, your partner will think that you are comparing them or that you are not over your ex yet.
It will also be a warning sign that you are over the course of the current relationship are not satisfied.
Furthermore, should your partner happen to be a narcissist, too many details about your past relationships will be useful and he could use them against you.
4. Rumors or jokes you hear about him
You probably have the best of intentions when telling your partner rumors that someone has spread about him.
However, if these rumors are very mean, you should think twice before you tell him!
The feelings; Your partner’s heads could get hurt and that is the last thing you want.
The best thing you can do is not tell him about the rumors that have nothing to do with yours relationship, and also those that will end up causing him to get hurt.
It's obvious that honesty is great, but having a little privacy is will not harm anyone.