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Is It Ok To Always Tell Your Friend(s) Everything?

is it okay to always tell ur close friend everything ur guy or babe gives to u, maybe money or gifts? and also, other personal things between the both of you.

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NO NO no no NO no NO

You will be their example and their research study

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I never tell my friends everything as I have been burnt in the past. I tell some friends some things and others about other things. Depends on the friendship as well and its level. Its not appropriate to tell all your friends everything. I definitely do not discuss sexual intimacies with my friends thats a total no-no.

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Sometimes its the ones you think you can trust, that will sing like birds. So i say you keep things to yourselve unless you really trust that person.

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I'd say no.

But then, some friends are like soul mates.

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well, uh, it all depends on how u feel. if u think you'll

be better off not telling them, then don't. but if you want

to tell them go ahead. but sometimes its better to keep some secrets, just in

case you ever have a fight with them and they go off and blab to everyone

about your secrets. so really think it thru, whatever you choose.

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oits not ok to tell anyone everything even your mom

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Nope. . .some things are best left unsaid and kept to yourself. . .

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No it is not ok and never will be

Don't even think about it

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It's not okay o! They will either destroy it, get your guy/girl or even might even tell eveyone you know.

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not advisable,not all who lafe with are up to 70% truthfull and trustworthy, not even in ur immediate family,there is bound to be jealousy,comparisim,envy and even plots to scartter

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dearie,i don't think it's the best to always share everything about your spouse with any friend.There should be limitation to what you say about your relationship.Don't you think this would lead to comparism which can be very dangerous from any of the ends either your friend or you,anf from that jealousy sets in

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I would say NO, its not ok to tell your friends everything.

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It is okay to share informations that you consider not vital and that you want to learn something about, but not informations about your relationship that are considered private, at least part of the essence of being in a relationship is to learn from each other, if you have wanted to learn from friends why be in a relationship.??

My point is, it is not okay to tell your friends "EVERYTHING" a little would do but not everything.

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No it not ok oh

If you kno ur friend and trust them, then fine, but i believe the limit should be 1. otherwise u are asking for trbl

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I will say a capital "NO" to that.i remember a time i was telling my friend virtually everything that happens in my relationship, i mean everything.i went as far as telling her some other illegal things i do,not knowing that i was telling digging my grave.she went about telling people including her family members how bad i am,that i date more than 5 guys at a go,her parents started seeing me as a bad influence to their children,i suspected that something was amiss,but i didn't know that she had tarnished my image in front of everybody until her caught her in the act.It was really painful but i have moved on.

I came to the conclusion that probably she was jealous of me and all that,but now,i have learnt to keep my liitle secrets to myself or if not,i share it with my immediate younger sister.At least,she won't go about running her mouth like "MY FRIEND" did.

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Sharing b'tween friends is good but NOT everything about yo personal and relationship(s) should be shared - Be sure to define and not cross a very strict line of practise.

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Share some and keep some to urself-----or tell ur b/f or ur g/f.

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