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Is it healthy to keep secrets from your partner?
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As soon as it's not going to affect badly to us, I'm okay with keeping secrets
No. It is not normal
Yes, I think it is healthy
NO, CUANDO ESTOS TIENEN UN PESO EN LA RELACIÓN. TAMPOCO HAY QUE SER UN LIBRO ABIERTO CADA CUAL DEBE TENER SU PROPIO ESPACIO DE GUARDARSE ALGO
No it is not healthy
No. I used to think I was doing them a favor, "if you don't have something nice to say, say nothing," but learned over time that it erodes trust and keeps you walking on eggshells by hiding things.
No it's not healthy but sometimes it's unavoidable it just happens
No, it isn't. It eats up the peace and the guilt and feeling of betrayal feels deadly. You cannot focus on the happiness you have together. No secrets and
Unless you're planning a surprise for your partner, secrets are not healthy. Privacy is natural, but privacy and secrecy are two very different things. Private things are those which one should open up about when asked.