7 Secrets that couples hide from each other
No matter how big curiosity, when you are in a relationship, it is very difficult to know everything about the other person. And even if the couple has a lot of intimacy, one thing or another ends up hiding. Most of the time, the stories invented and omitted by couples arise in the quest to avoid some conflict.
Here are a few secrets that couples hide from their partner, but they eventually slip away on social networks.
1. "I find other people beautiful and attractive"
Both men and women in serious relationships continue to meet interesting people, whether at work, at the bar with friends or even at the dentist's office. This is not to say that one of the two is more likely to betray or much less think of doing this, but this truth is not well regarded by couples who prefer to keep this detail a secret.
2. "I do not count how much I spent on the credit card"
And it's not just the women who hide it, see? Many men also end up exaggerating their purchases and know that if the partner finds out how much money has been spent, the discussion will go on for a long time, so that information is hidden as much as possible.
3. "I say I'm going to work late when I want to be alone"
Everyone goes through moments when they feel like spending some time alone thinking about life. Explaining this to the partner should be simple, but there is always that fear of making the person hurt, so some couples end up making excuses to simply enjoy their own company for a while before they go home.
4. "I hate my mother-in-law"
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The relationship of couples with their partner's family is not always a sea of roses (most times it is not) and usually problems are with the mother-in-law. In order not to hurt the partner and avoid greater conflicts with the family, men and women suffer from this problem.
5. "Like the chocolate I like the most hidden in the car"
It's either because the partner wants to pick up some of your treat and you do not want to split, or because he might complain that so much sugar will not do well for your health, that many couples end up enjoying hiding their favorite sweets.
6. "I pretend I did not watch the episodes of our favorite series without him."
You watch a television series together and one can not watch the new episode without the other. Okay, that's what the couples repeat between each other, but between us, you've never seen a hidden episode of the partner and then watched him again next to him, as if nothing had happened?
7. "I do not count how many sexual partners I've had"
Even though it's a number that does not mean anything, men and women can not admit to their partners how many sexual partners they've had. The fear of being judged speaks louder and the number ends up being rounded down.
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