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5 Things Your Partner Does Not Need To Know About You Relationship

While a relationship needs to be built on trust, there are limits to how much information you may share with your partner. As a result, if your partner's percentage of how you relate to things is 89%, you can reduce it to 79%. This does not make you a bad person; rather, you are preventing anything negative from happening in your relationship. Instead of saying something that will upset your partner, it is better to remain silent so that no one is offended.

Here are five things your partner shouldn't know about you while you're dating. They are as follows:


1. Your s*sexual history: Not everybody wants to hear about your first s*xual experience, especially if it was with your previous partner or just some random individual. Your partner doesn't need to know because you'll never know how they'll react if you tell them about your sexual history. As a result, it's best if you don't tell them.

2. Your crush, be it at work or somewhere else: You're using your hands to cause issues for yourself, which could harm your relationship in the future. Your lover does not need to know how many people like you. It's not a viable option. When you tell your partner how many people are crushing on you, you place him in a position where his imagination can run wild and he can become paranoid. The only way to avoid this is to keep your mouth shut. Keep it a secret.

3. You have a crush on someone: Why would you have a crush on someone when you know you're in a committed relationship in the first place? I don't think it's appropriate to do this while in a relationship. Why crush on someone else when you have that perfect person alongside you (even if he or she isn't)? Many people believe that falling in love does not eliminate the desire to be attracted to others. If you have a crush on someone, don't tell your spouse or discuss it with them.

4. You don't have to tell your partner if you like their parents or not: What do you think your spouse would think if you tell him or her you don't like his or her mother? They will not be pleased because you are implying that you dislike them as well. Some people place a high value on their family, and anything you say about their family is indirectly addressed to them.

This is only acceptable if you no longer value the relationship and are willing to let it go. However, if you value your relationship, you should not discuss this with your partner.

5. Stalking their ex: First and foremost, you should never stalk your partner's ex on social media or anywhere else. It reveals your insecurity. Do not inform your man that you have been tracking his ex. The same is true for guys. Don't make a negative impression on your partner.

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