There are some aspects of a relationship that shouldn't be discussed with people other than your partner.
Romantic relationships are special because of the intimacy - a physical and emotional bond shared by two people, not three.
We've all been involved in a discussion about an intimate relationship with our friends or people we trust. However, it's important to note that not everything that happens in your relationship should be shared with these groups of people. Instead, share them with your partner.
Additionally, think about how it would feel if your partner discussed private and intimate matters with someone else.
Here are 3 things that should always remain a secret:
The financial situation
It is important to understand that financial problems in a relationship are very common. As stressful as money issues can be, they can be resolved with the necessary knowledge. Refrain from discussing money matters that don't concern anyone else. They might end up discussing it with others. If early resolution is essential, seek the advice of a financial advisor.
It is very rude of you to discuss your partner's faults with your friends or other people. When a man is made to feel less than a man, or when a woman is made to feel less than a woman, they are deeply hurt and relationship problems can escalate quickly. None of us are perfect, and being in a relationship doesn't change that universal fact.
Fights or heated arguments
Apart from altercations that involve physical or emotional violence, relationship "fights" should not be discussed with other people. Instead, discuss it with your partner when you are both calm and seek a solution.
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