if you have secret in your life...will you keep it for yourself or you will tell it to your...
spouse?? but you're affraid to say so..
what will you do tell me...
I believe that it is wrong to keep anything from your spouse. I would tell them. They will find out eventually and I am sure that they would rather hear it from you then someone else.
by milleramanda53 6 years ago
Do you tell your spouse EVERYTHING?
by milleramanda53 5 years ago
Do you tell your spouse everything? Why or Why not?
by mariefromsf 3 years ago
How can you deal with a spouse who thinks he is always right?Marriage involves great pain, and some joy, Mostly pain after the long term. Compromises must be made on a daily basis. Has it always been this way or I'm just starting to notice? One of my biggest struggles is always being...
by pmorries 6 years ago
I do not believe that your spouse should be your best friend. Am I wrong in believing what I do?My wife gets mad when I mention my theory on lovers and best friends, but I tell her that a best friend and a lover have two very different roles. My wife is my friend and much more than my best friend,...
by Billie Kelpin 5 years ago
How do you cope with feeling your life turned out all wrong?I know the common strategies for general coping - thinking positively, being grateful, believing that "It's never too late to be what you might have been," going to counseling, and on and on. But at those moments when you...
by Georgina Shamon 4 years ago
Is it wrong to stop talking to an ex the minute you find out he has met someone new?Personally, the minute I find out that someone who once liked me ..is talking to someone else, then I just decide right then and there that I will no longer keep in contact with them. I guess it hurts to think that...
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