Honesty is good, to a degree; but she doesn't need to know all the intimate details of your past relationships. All that will do is interfere with your lives together, when she gets an image of you doing the same with someone else as you are with her right now. It will take some of the pleasure of your company and turn it into bitterness. She also doesn't have to hear each of your lewd thoughts when you are eying some really hot lady in a movie or walking down a street. There's honesty, and then there's cruelty. Stop short of the cruelty.
Theres many shades to Honestly. Fantasy can be a made up honesty, If u cant afford to be honest then honestly make a lie...
There is a difference between, saying you spent less money then you really did and carrying on with another lover behind your girlfriends back. All of us lie for different reasons. I think what is important is how that lie you tell will hurt the other person involved. All girls love the idea of a man with money. Some of those girls will compromise whatever it takes to have a man with money. For most of us girls we need more than a man with just money.
A vase's beauty is defined by its price by most.<br />
This same vase though is truly admired without its little tag by few..
I do have fun, sirster..
Honesty is key to any relationship, so the my answer is yes. As for what womwn want I cant answer for every woman, but I prefer honesty to riches!!! Money is just paper.
OK. BIG CLUE! Women only want two things. EVER! <br />
More, and Something else. You simply need to understand that and recognise that she will flip from wanting more to wanting something else to wanting more without warning and flip back again just as quickly. And the pattern will be repeated as long as she can communicate. I hope that clarifies the situation.
I would say honesty is important. Trust is not easily built and it is very important in a relationship.<br />
Trust can be lost easily once you lied to him/her and they found out.. it will be even harder to gain back their trust after that..
up to the point where she asks stuff like "does this ugly dress look ugly on me?"