How much information from the past relationships should be used in current or next relationship?
I have been highly influenced from my past. Maybe it is good as I am learning from past mistakes and avoiding to make them again. But this is robbing me of having original and fresh experiences.
An obvious answer would be to strike a balance but I am looking for a more detailed answer as to where to draw the line.
It depends really. You should learn from your past, but also not let it completely dictate everything you expect in your current/future relationships. I have a hard time not being jaded, but I am attempting to overcome it. I can't give you a specific line to use when I don't know your situations, but I would say that not everything was negative from it right? Take the positive, and ignore the negative.
by Seckin Esen2 years ago
If you could go back to some time and place in the past, when and where would you go?
by mskills6 years ago
How much information are you comfortable with sharing on your profile page?I just started Hubbing a few days ago and am not sure how much I should reveal about myself.
by kld05177 years ago
I recently read in a forum on a website for the town that I live in that parents are outraged concerning the materials taught in sex education. I only graduated 6 years ago. I had sex education starting in...
by Inventurist6 years ago
How much do you really want to know when going in for surgery?If you have been told you will require surgery, just how much information do you want to know about the procedure? Do you want pictures after? Do you want to...
by ngureco2 years ago
What Are The Secrets That A Lady Should Never Tell Her Man?
by legallchew7 years ago
Should the number of people you current partner have slept with matter to you?if so, what is an acceptable number for you?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.