Q. Do you think past relationship secrets should always be kept hidden?
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Do you think past relationship secrets should always be kept hidden?

i am actually scared to tell my girlfriend about my past, i fear she will leave me


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  • stephencooper

    No. We all know how love is a complex emotion; especially when romance is added to the mix. Whether you’re married or just stepped into a relationship, you must respect the fact that disagreements come as an inevitable part of it. You may want to go an extended mile to avoid any conflict but sooner or later you will have to address those tough relationship agendas that lead to arguments.

    Be it about the finances or ex-lovers, it is healthy to discuss such matters without hesitating. We understanding that breaking the ice and striking up such relationship conversations can be an uphill run. Visit to read more: https://www.evernote.com/shard/s385/sh/6305ad1e-aa15-415d-ab0b-89af9b480fe9/dd2e51a31bcd6b0c20f1fcfca0167b36


       

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  • virgo214

    If you keep on doing that which is shown in the picture, then you should really be scared.
    Past is past. However hurtful it may seem, you have to be transparent about it and see if your girlfriend loves you that much to the point of accepting you whoever you are and whatever your past is.
    Also, reveal it only when your girlfriend is the one you’re sure you’re gonna marry.


       

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