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Far too often I’ve run across situations in which someone’s significant other cheated on them with a childhood friend or a relative. While there is no excuse for this extreme deception, I’ve oftentimes questioned my clients about conversations they have with their “inner circle” regarding their relationship.
Below are 3 relationship topics you may want to cease discussing with your “inner circle”.
1. Good sex.
Bragging about good sex is like bragging about a great experience at a restaurant. It arouses curiosity. It makes a person want to find out for themselves if it really is that good. So, keep your sex life to yourself. After all, can you truly blame someone for not wanting to experience extraordinary sex for themselves? Probably not.
2. Frequent arguments.
Your friends do not need to know about every argument you and your significant other have- especially if your friend knows your significant other is a “keeper”. You’re practically giving them an invitation to show your significant other how it feels to be appreciated. Handle disputes in your relationship with your significant other.
3. Financial stability.
We’ve all seen people do strange and/or immoral things for money because a consistent cash flow that will enable them to do most of the things they desire is hard to obtain. In this instance, I recommend leaving room for assumptions. If your friend is observant, they’ll know your lover’s finances are intact. Don’t verbally express your lover’s financial security.
Ree “The (REE)lationship Guide” is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University. She is a contributing writer for YourBlackWorld.net and BlackLikeMoi.com. Follow her on Twitter: @iDateDaily