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How much of your past should you reveal to your new partner?
Is it right to have the conversation right away, before things get going too far?
Or should you keep your past concealed until you know that this relationship is going to go somewhere?
Every relationship has this brought up t some point, but how many of us are 100% true when this gets brought up? Is it wrong to lie?
I have been with my boyfriend for a little over a year now, and we had this talk a month into meeting each other. Yes, I admit, I lied the first go around. Saturday night I decided I had to tell him the truth, (after a couple courage drinks of course). I could literally feel my heart beating as I was admitting to him that I had lied before.
After I told him the truth he began to ask a few more detailed questions about my "roster." Does he have this right? Should you just forget the past and not bring this topic up, or is this something that every relationship goes through?
If you do have this talk, how many people are actually 100% honest with their information? Are there tricks to knowing when someones giving you a "bogus roster"?
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I was talking with a friend of mine and we started talking about how things today are different than they used to be - simply going on a date with a guy meant that you were dating them and considered boyfriend and girlfirend, but does that apply anymore?
Personally, I have “dated” a lot of people but I don’t consider any of them boyfriends of mine. The only relationship I consider that serious is one of mine from a couple of years ago. I haven’t had a real “boyfriend” since.
So how do you know when your relationship has hid this formal status? Do you have to have the bf/gf talk or do you just know?