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Don’t Be Pressured: 1 Out Of 3 People Do These Things In Their Relationships.

It is easy to look at other people's relationships and feel like yours is lacking in many ways. But the reality is, you can never truly know what's going on in someone’s relationship unless it's your own.

The reality is, no relationship is perfect. People do some pretty surprising and sometimes questionable things whether it's with or without their partner's knowledge. So here are some things one in three people do in their relationships, according to studies.

Keep their salary a secret.

When you're looking to spend the rest of your life with someone, money matters should be discussed openly and honestly. It's even more important when you're actually living with your partner. Many people don't tell their partners how much they make. In fact, nearly a third of people who live with their partner keep their salary information to themselves. That amount doubled for people who are dating, but not living together.

Spy on their partner's social media accounts.

Trust is important to have in your relationship if you want it to work. Research shows that, one in three people admit to spying on their partner's social media accounts to make sure nothing shady is going on. Most couples and lovers go through their partner's phones to make sure they're not cheating.

Learn about their partner's sexual history within the first month of dating.

How many people your partner has slept with before you shouldn't really matter if everything else seems to line up. But most women tend to be much more concerned over a new partner's sexual past than men. In fact, over a third of women want to know about their partner's sexual history within the first month of dating. They believe a person's sexual past can determine whether or not they'll make a good partner overall. So don’t be disturb if your partner ask so much questions about your past intimate life.

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