For your relationship to be solid and lasting over time, it must be based on mutual love and respect, fidelity and honesty. It is true that partners share everything, or almost, when they decide to enter into a romantic relationship, but there are still a few things that are better to keep for yourself…
By its nature, human beings can make mistakes and succumb to too strong a temptation. Sometimes these little twists and turns lead to big argument between couples, which sometimes ends in a breakup, and in other cases, they stay in the shadows, and that’s better.
Here are the 4 things you should never admit to your partner:
1 – An old one night adventure while you were in a relationship with your ex
In your previous relationship, you succumbed to the advances of your colleague, while you were in a drunk evening? It is not something that your partner of the moment must absolutely know! Not only should past mistakes remain in the past, but they may cause you problems in the present, when you might as well do without them. By admitting this to your partner, you will shake their self-confidence and unnecessarily stir up their jealousy.
2 – Parts of his physique that you want to change
3 – Your s**al attraction for another person
It sometimes happens that you feel a certain attraction towards a stranger whom you see regularly and who is not shy to show you that you like him too. This purely s**ual attraction does not have to influence your feelings towards your partner, nor to stir up the jealousy of this one / this one / this one. Do not think that by speaking to him of this attraction you will be honest; you will only sow doubt in his heart and his mind.
4 – A not very flattering opinion of his family or his friends
When two people formally get together, they are proud to present their darling to family and friends. But sometimes differences in character and culture can keep the flow from flowing. In this case, keep in mind that whatever you think about your wife’s sister or your man’s cousin, you don’t have to say it loud and clear. Maintain a respectful attitude and avoid creating conflicts with these people because they are members of the family or friends long. Don’t push your partner to choose between you!