No you don't have to tell all. But if there is something that is so important that you have to ask this sort of question then you may want to consider talking about it. A lie through omission is still a lie.
No, they do not. Sometimes it is best if happenings in past relationships remain in the past.
when you are in a new relationship you close the door the past. If you open it, nothing good is going to come out of it, trust me.
No most stuff you dont need to tell.. but if it is something that affects your daily life today.. Like abuse.. I guess try to tell them carefully with regard to their feelings.
I believe honesty and truthfulness is the most important thing in a relationship. If they love you they will not judge you.
no, they do not have to know all.. if the past is in the past there is really no reason to bring it all back up.. though you should be honest if the current partner asks questions..
This is also my belief.
i don't hide it but it isn't something that I just talk about either. I answer questions when asked.
Only if you want there trust.
My wife never wants to know anything about me<br />
i use to cheat on her heavily and when i confessed before we got married she said i should have kept it to myself<br />
it seems like she wants me to be that guy i was but nevermind
In fact, the mystery is better. Just live for the here and now with you s/o and let the past be just that - the past.
nope. i only make vague statements if she asks and never divulge names