Before, well before.<br />
Otherwise that is just trolling, in the worst way.
It doesn't do to hold back on any part of yourself at any point if it's got to the point where it can be considered an exclusive relationship. I want my partner to know me warts and all and vice versa.
one too many points there but ya get my point I'm sure:)
befour a partnership should be ba<x>sed on honesty and truth trust is hard to rebuild harder than forgiveness
Flaws to you might not be flaws to him...or things that you like might not be things that he likes too! So....be who you are before marriage.
If they don't know my flaws before marriage, then they don't know ME yet, so we shouldn't be married. My flaws are as much a part of me as all of the good things.
Not showing them before is y we have so many divorces.
To save oneself from grief, I would definitely show as many flaws as I can to my partner before marriage. Love me for who I am and don't even try to change me, because I won't...Personally, I truly believe that if you really do deeply love someone, the flaws doesn't even matter. :-)
Thanks! You have a nice name as well! ((^__^))
Hehe, that's awesome! We all can be in the "sun" "shine" group! :)
before. after and thats just like being a *****.....no matter which side does it. Its fuked up.
Before. They'd need to love me warts and all, and vice versa.
I don't think it is necessary to cover everything, but anything major should definitely be known.
I believe in being yourself .. period. No way the relationship has a chance if you're both unaware of "who" they're planning (hopefully) to spend the rest of their lives with.
Before. If they can accept you and move forward then you know its true Love <3
Before! I would never consider marrying anyone who didn't know me warts an all!
before marriage. Because someone that really loves you will see past your flaws, yaknoww?
before of course