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Don't Tell Your Partner These 5 Things If You Want To Save Your Relationship

While it's wise to be open with your partner, there are some things you shouldn't say.

On paper, absolute honesty is fine, but it is best to give your partner some information to maintain peace and harmony in the relationship.

 On paper, absolute honesty is fine, but it is best to give your partner some information to maintain peace and harmony in the relationship.

Communication and trust are the keys to any happy relationship. However, this only happens nine out of ten. You don't have to tell your partner everything and there are some things you're better off keeping to yourself. If you don't reveal the true purpose of the relationship and only end up harming your partner, it's best not to divulge it, says Bustle.

On paper, absolute honesty is fine, but it is best to give your partner some information to maintain peace and harmony in the relationship. It is important to discuss what is bothering you and other difficult topics. Here are some topics that you should avoid to maintain a harmonious relationship with your partner.

 

All other feelings about past or old love.

Having complex feelings about a previous or even ongoing relationship is normal. Some people are still recovering from their previous relationship and some even wonder what their ex did. But that's not something you say to your current partner. They can advise you to go back to your ex and hide your dissatisfaction.

What do you think about his family?

Unless your partner is in a very toxic situation, there's no need to share minor disagreements with your family. After all, they are family, and whether they have these flaws or not, your partner won't want to hear about them. When you are in a serious relationship, your family becomes your family. For a relaxed relationship, keep the comments to yourself.

Your appreciation of someone else

It is normal to be attracted to other people from time to time. This is a natural human response and you have nothing to be ashamed of. But telling this to your partner will only lead to jealousy, insecurity, awkwardness, and hurt feelings. If you have a little sympathy, that's okay; just don't tell your partner. Since you do not intend to take action against counterfeiting, this information should be kept with you.

 

Your family opinion on this matter

Only in an ideal world would your parents fully approve of your partner. If your parents or siblings have something hurtful to say about your partner, you don't need to share that information. This can break the bond between your partner and your family. Meanwhile, apart from protecting your partner, sometimes you also need to protect your partner from your family.

 Your wild sex story?

Jokingly bragging about past sex seems harmless-but you may want to postpone telling your boyfriend, girlfriend, or partner something, especially in a new relationship. Does your new boyfriend want you and your ex to join the mental image of the Mile High Club? Not necessarily.

Your cheating record?

Acknowledge that this bombshell may have a serious impact. Trust me, they will never forget. They will always secretly wonder if you will do the same to them. Ultimately, whether you want to include it in the things you tell your boyfriend, girlfriend, or partner is up to you. If you deeply regret your two attempts and do not plan to do it again, you can lock this skeleton.

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