I want to be in a healthy relationship, is being open too early a bad thing?

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  1. Shonda_Thorne86 profile image59
    Shonda_Thorne86posted 9 years ago

    I want to be in a healthy relationship, is being open too early a bad thing?

    I love giving guys just a peek of my crazy personality. Whether it's my crazy or senual side. is that a bad thing?

  2. Queen_Kevyn95 profile image52
    Queen_Kevyn95posted 9 years ago

    you can definitely show guys some of your crazy personality up front, that's what makes you unique! however, i wouldn't share too much information at the very beginning, because men love to pursue women, and when there's hardly any chase there's barely any fun.  you have to understand where your boundaries are.  also, if you tell him too much up front, you won't have as much to talk about afterwards and it will result in moving on too quickly or awkward conversations.
    good luck!
    if you have any other questions, you can email me @ kevynanderson@gmail.com
    :]

  3. michelle75 profile image52
    michelle75posted 9 years ago

    ITS ALWAYS IMPORTANT TO BE YOURSELF.NEVER BE THE PERSON YOU THINK HE WANTS YOU TO BE.AND NEVER SHARE TOOOO MUCH INFO 2  QUICK.SOMEONE DOESNT NEED TO KNOW YOUR LIFE STORY...BEFORE YOU GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER.CRAZY IS GOOD.HUMOR IN A RELATIONSHIP MAKES IT COMFORTABLE FOR BOTH PEOPLE TO BE THEIRSELVES.IF YOU HAVE ANYMORE?S...CHECK OUT MY PAGE@HUBPAGES.COM/HUB/ASKMICHELLE.......GOOD LUCK GIRL

  4. stricktlydating profile image83
    stricktlydatingposted 9 years ago

    In the beginning it's good to give guys 'just a peek' of your personality. As you don't know someone well from the start they haven't shown that they are truly worthy of knowing all the wonderful things about you.  Let them learn along the way, and let them grow the desire to want to know more about you.  But at first, you don't need to show all of yourself upfront, and it doesn't mean you wont form a 'healthy relationship' you just don't need to know everything or share everything from the beginning, and even if you did, it still takes time to really get to know someone, best wishes!

  5. MsSimple profile image51
    MsSimpleposted 9 years ago

    yes never open up too early.  unless you have done a full background check, FBI check, fingerprinted this person and know his full history.  If you haven't done all of that then take it easy.  If he is interested he will not go anywhere, but you need to let things out slowly to make sure he is also sharing his information.  Its a two way street in a relationship.  You need to make sure he is not making it a one way street.

 
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