You're supposed to share everything with your partner right? Well, what about that one thing that you know they'll totally judge you for, or perhaps use against you in a fight? Or maybe it just feels good to keep SOMETHING to yourself. Whether it's the right thing to do or not, many people keep some things from their significant others. Here are 4 anonymous confessions:
"I figured I’d tell my new girlfriend about it at some point, but then one night we got to talking about cheating and she said she could never be with someone who had cheated in a previous relationship because how was she supposed to know for sure that he wouldn’t eventually cheat on her? I assume she didn’t feel me suddenly tense up as we lay together in bed because she didn’t call me out or ask if I had ever cheated. I guess she just thinks I didn’t. I always worry in the back of my head that it’s going to come up. I can only hope that doesn’t happen until we’re in our later years, after I’ve been a loving and faithful husband for decades and I can tell her that I learned a lot from my mistake. However, I also hope I never have to tell her at all.”
“When my live-in boyfriend and I started seeing each other, things got pretty serious pretty quickly. I was seeing someone else at the same time. We never really had the talk where we decided we were going to be exclusive, but I probably put off breaking off things with the other guy for a little too long, past the time we'd reached that point. I can barely bear to think about how hurt he would be if he knew I was with another guy after a certain point in our relationship.”
"I was dating a woman for a couple weeks but was still kind of sleeping around, and I discovered I had chlamydia. We hadn't slept together, so I figured I didn’t need to tell her about it, as she wasn't in risk. But I felt like we were getting close to having sex, or at least messing around, so I actually pretended that I was on a business trip for the week I was getting treated. We dated for a long time after that but never got serious enough for me to tell her about the lie.”
"I haven’t told my girlfriend, but eventually I’m going to have to. It’s not something I want her to find out from someone other than me.”
What do you think of these confessions? Should these people tell their significant others their secrets?
Source: Women's Health
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