Dating Secrets : Secrets of Blissful Relationship

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Secrets Aren’t for Sharing. I’ve got a secret and I’m not sharing. Actually, I have a lot of secrets. There are a lot of things that are only known to my girlfriend and me. That keeps us close.

I like it when my girlfriend shares things with me that she doesn’t with others. It makes me feel special and unique in her eyes. I tell her things that I don’t tell my friends or family.

It’s not like these are horrible things we have done that we can’t tell others. I just want my girlfriend to feel like she knows me better than anyone else.

Some people can’t keep any secrets. They tell their mom or sister or best friend anything and everything. The instant they get pregnant, win an award or get a raise they share it with other people besides their mate. Sometimes they share it with others before they tell their mate. That doesn’t build a blissful relationship. It tears it down.

Make your sweetheart feel special. Always share important things with them first. Let some things remain a secret between the two of you for a little while before letting the rest of the world know all about your personal life.

Consider not sharing some things with your father, sibling or best friend. Have a few things that only you and your sweetheart can share. It will keep you close.

Part of having a blissful relationship is trying to know and understand each other as much as is possible.

How knowledgeable are you about your mate’s profession or degree they are pursuing? Do you know anything about his or her family heritage? Are you able to have a meaningful conversation about her cross-stitch hobby or his interest in rugby? If you are a man, do you fully understand what women experience during PMS or menopause? Ladies, have you read up on male menopause?

Couples with the most problems are often the ones that say “I just don’t understand him/her.” There is a book in the library for practically every subject so if there is something you don’t know or understand about your sweetheart, make it a goal to find out.

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