Having someone to talk to and confide in is one of the beautiful perks of being in a relationship. After all, honesty and communication are arguably the most important relationship skills of them all. But if you think it’s best to maintain a keep-no-secrets level of closeness, hold up: Not every detail has to be shared.
In fact, of all the things to tell your boyfriend, girlfriend, or partner, it can be advantageous to not tell them some things, namely, these five below
1.Your wild sex stories
That unforgettable, mind-blowing, knee-trembling, heart-stopping sexual encounter you had? That single defining moment in your sexual history? If it wasn’t with your partner, best not to share it with your partner.
2. Your cheating history
Nobody’s perfect, and more of us have strayed than we’d like to admit. But even if your misbehaviour is well behind you, think very carefully before sharing it with your current partner. It’s the sort of information that plants seeds in people’s heads, and you might not like what they grow into.
3. Texts from exes:
If you have a friendly, healthy relationship with your exes, good for you. Not all partners see it that way, though. Don’t let jealousy rear it’s ugly head. Keep those innocent, we’re sure texts to yourself.
4. Things that your ex did and he doesn’t:
It’s tempting, especially when you’re angry, to make unflattering comparisons with exes. But here’s the thing: you’re not with them any more. Trust us: this is never, ever a good idea.
5.‘It’ is not great anymore:
If the sex has gone a little stale, it’s up to both of you to make it better. Talk about it. Try new things. No one wants to hear “I’m just not that into you any more
Source: pulse tv